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ALUMNI RECORD 



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BAKER UNIVERSITY 



BALDWIN CITY, KANSAS 



FIRST EDITION 
1917 




ALUMNI RECORD 

OF 

BAKER UNIVERSITY 



Including an account of the Principal 
Events in the first Twenty-five years 
of the History of the College, with a 
Roster of the Trustees and the Faculty, 
and their Officers 




BALDWIN CITY, KANSAS 
APRIL, 1917 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface v 

Annals of Baker University vi 

Trustees of Baker University xxxiv 

Officers of the Board of Trustees xlii 

Officers of the Kansas Educational Association of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church xlv 

Biographies of the Presidents of the University xlvii 

Roster of the Presidents and Faculty Hi 

Officers of the Faculty lxii 

Officers of the Alumni Association lxiv 

Alumni of the College of Liberal Arts 65 

Alumni of the Conservatory of Music 223 

Alumni with Advanced Degrees Pro Merito 226 

Honorary Alumni 228 

Persons Receiving Certificates : The Academy 231 

Normal Department 242 

The Conservatory of Music 245 

Art Department 247 

Department of Oratory 248 

The Department of Household Arts 249 

Commercial Department 250 

Residence Directory of the Alumni 257 

Index of the Alumni 276 

Finding List of Married Women 287 

Enrollment in Baker University 291 



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PREFACE 



The incidents attendant upon the Fiftieth Anniversary of Baker Uni- 
versity in 1909 increased the interest already quite general among the friends 
of the college that a record should be prepared in which the history and 
development of the university should be set forth, probably in a form for 
reference and reminder. At that time the Trustees ordered that such a 
publication should be made ready and Dean O. G. Markham was directed 
to collect and edit the material. He began the work, but two things have 
prevented an earlier completion of the task. First, the routine of duties 
belonging to his usual work allowed only fractions of time at different 
intervals. A more serious hindrance was the limited amount of original 
material from which to gather the facts. It seemed desirable to go beyond 
the meager records remaining of the official acts of the school in its earlier 
years to see what contemporaneous accounts might show in the newspapers 
published in the same years of Kansas history. This investigation gave 
some definite data, as well as satisfied the query as to whether there might 
be such data. 

It is a pleasure to speak of the valuable service given by Miss Lilian 
Scott, through recent years, in her active participation in bringing together 
some of the scattered records and accounts, and in her helpful and construc- 
tive labors to make the published data of this volume to be as full and as 
accurate as they are. 

The editor would acknowledge his obligations to the many persons 
who have contributed favors and have replied so courteously to his inquiries 
for information; to former President Murlin and to President Mason for 
their encouragement and consideration while this special labor has been in 
hand; to the Trustees for their provision for this opportunity to contribute 
some evidence of an abiding interest in an institution which has favored 
him with a place in which to work. 

Probably no one is more aware of the deficiencies in this published 
work than the editor himself. Any suggestion to make such a record as 
this purports to be more satisfying, both as to the method of its contents 
and the accuracy and completeness of its data, will be thankfully received. 

The information as to addresses and the like is to be considered as 
extending to April 1, 1917. 

OSMON GRANT MARKHAM. 



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This record of events in the history of the school continues to the close 
jf the first twenty-five years. 

May 30, 1854. The Kansas-Nebraska Bill became a law, organizing the 
Kansas Territory and thus opening it to settlement. 

June 3, 1854. The following letter from the Secretary of the Board of 
Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church shows how the church took 
official recognition of its religious responsibility in this new Territory: 

"Rev. W. H. Goode. 

"Dear Brother: It is understood that emigration is tending largely to 
Nebraska (a name then embracing both Territories). It seems probable 
that the Church ought soon to send some devoted missionaries to that 
country. But there is not such a knowledge of details respecting the 
topography and population of these regions as to enable the Church author- 
ities to act understandingly in the premises. You are therefore appointed 
to visit and explore the country as thoroughly as practicable, for the pur- 
pose of collecting information on these points. In performing this work you 
will be governed by your own judgment, and make full reports in writing 
of your labor and its results, so that it may be known how many ministers — 
if any — should be sent, and at what particular points they should be located. 

"Yours truly, 

"E. R. AMES, 
"Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church." 

July 9, 1854. In carrying out this plan, Rev. W. H. Goode traveled 
overland by wagon and horses from Richmond, Ind., to Westport, Mo., 
arriving there July 3d. After a few days in preparation, he entered Kansas 
territory, and on Sunday, July 9th, in company with Dr. A. Still, of the 
Wakarusa Mission, Friend Mendenhall, a teacher from the Quaker Mission, 
and several others, he stopped at the cabin of a man named "Kibbee," who 
lived at "Hickory Point." (Note. — About a mile north of Baldwin City.) 
Little expectation was had of a ministerial visit; but the host and one or 
two others invited the settlers to assemble for preaching. About noon the 
company was collected and before these Dr. Goode opened his commission 
by preaching from Math. 24, 14: "And the gospel of the Kingdom shall be 
preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations: and then shall the 
end come." This was the first sermon preached under any regular appoint- 
ment to the white settlers of Kansas Territory, under the authority of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Oct. 23, 1856. From this beginning this church has grown so that in 
October, 1856, in the Kansas-Nebraska Territory, there were three presiding 
elders to supervise the work in twenty appointments, having a membership 
of 1,207, with twenty Sunday Schools, reporting an enrollment of 482. To 
care for this field more directly the Kansas-Nebraska Annual Conference 
was organized at Lawrence, Kansas Territory, Oct. 23, 1856, with 13 charter 
members, Bishop Osmon C. Baker, presiding. These are the charter mem- 
bers: Levin B. Dennis, William Butt, Charles H. Lovejoy, Abraham Still, 
Joseph Denison, Thomas J. Ferrill, William H. Goode, Isaac F. Collins, W. 
D. Gage, John W. Taylor, John M. Chivington, Benjamin F. Bowman, J. T. 
Cannon. The Committee on Education, among other things, reported: 
"The committee is of the opinion that the Kansas and Nebraska Conference 



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should avail itself through its members of the earliest opportunities to 
secure favorable sites for seminaries of learning or universities under our 
own immediate management and control and to take such preliminary 
measures as may be necessary to secure titles to the same and to secure 
the passage of such legislative acts as may be necessary to constitute boards 
of trustees who may hold such property, real estate, personal or mixed, for 
the use and benefit of such seminaries or universities; and to secure grants 
of land and other property to aid in building and endowing such institutions 
of learning within our bounds." The Conference approved this report and 
further: "Resolved, that each presiding elder be requested and is hereby 
instructed and authorized to give especial attention to the subject of educa- 
tion. And where land and tenements can be secured by donation for 
educational purposes, they take such measure as may be necessary to secure 
in fee simple such land for seminaries or universities, and their building 
and endowment by legislative action and otherwise." 

March 17, 1857. An Educational Convention of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Kansas Territory, consisting of the preachers, traveling and local, 
was called together by the presiding elders, meeting at the home of James 
Still, at Blue Mound (8 miles north of Baldwin City), to take steps towards 
founding a University. A committee reported as follows: "Whereas, the 
educational interests of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Kansas, in 
view of the rapid settlement of the same, demand of the friends of education 
and of the church, immediate and energetic action and, whereas, many of 
us have seen, on the one hand, the long, hard struggles of our church in 
the older conferences, in behalf of education, and, on the other hand, the 
proud and successful efforts of the Papacy in securing land in the new 
states and territories for her churches and institutions of learning, there- 
fore; Resolved, first, that a committee of nine be appointed to draft a plan 
for the erection and support for a Methodist University in Kansas, also 
to receive proposals and examine location and report at our Annual Con- 
ference in April next. Resolved, second, that the preachers be requested 
to give this subject their special attention and report on location and 
proposals to the committee of nine at our next Annual Conference." 

Pending the discussion of this report, which was entirely preliminary, 
a committee was raised from parties present to receive proposals and to 
report the next morning. The Educational Convention, in the meantime, 
adjourned to meet at Palmyra, which was some eight miles away, convening 
at the home of Henry Barricklow (by coincidence the same home as the 
Kibbee cabin) on the next day, Maroh 18th. Proposals for the new Uni- 
versity were made from Blue Mound, Prairie City, Centropolis, Topeka, 
Palmyra and Lawrence. The Palmyra proposition was accepted, which 
was: "The Palmyra Association agrees to secure to the Trustees of the 
Methodist University, said University to be located at Palmyra, 800 acres 
of land near and adjoining the city of Palmyra, 640 of which are secured 
by a 'float.' Also, to take twenty thousand dollars of stock in the University 
lands." By motion of Rev. Abraham Still, M. D., the University was named 
"Baker University," by a unanimous vote, in honor of Bishop Osmon C. 
Baker, the president of the first session of the Kansas-Nebraska Conference. 

The Palmyra Association was a company of five men whose organiza- 
tion was to build a town on the Santa Fe Trail, township 14, range 20, west 
half of section 34. The authorized survey of this town shows that it was 
half mile on the south line. The members of the Association were: Henry 
Barricklow, Major James B. Abbott, James G. Blood, Dr. Andrew T. Still 
and Daniel F. Fry. Mr. Abbott and Mr. Blood had their homes in or near 
Lawrence. The remaining three members had their homes at Palmyra. 

The "float" of 640 acres is the original town-site of Baldwin City and 
lay immediately south of Palmyra. It was owned by Jacob Hall, Independ- 
ence, Mo., and is said to have been secured by the Palmyra Association for 
$3,000.00. 



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March 18, 1857. A Joint Stock Education Association was organized, 
under the following Committee report: 

"We, the undersigned, members of this convention, do hereby organize 
an Association under the name and title of Kansas Educational Association 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

"The officers of this Association shall be a President, two Vice-Presi- 
dents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, an Auditor and nine Trustees. 

"The valuation of each share of the property of this Association shall 
be $ 

"The proceeds of all property acquired by this Association for the 
erection and endowment of a University at Palmyra, Kansas, shall be 
applied to the same to the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars — 
after which the dividend shall be applied as the Association may direct. 

"Furthermore, the proceeds of all property acquired by this Association 
for the erection of buildings and endowment to Seminaries in particular 
localities shall be applied to the same to the amount of One Hundred Thou- 
sand Dollars each, after which the dividends shall be applied as the Asso- 
ciation may direct." 

The report was adopted. 

The following named persons were chosen officers of the Association, 
to serve until a Constitution could be adopted and officers chosen under it: 

L. B. Dennis, A. Still, J. M. Still, C. H. Lovejoy, A. L. Downey, W. G. 
Piper, Ira Flackford, T. J. Ferrill, Wm. Moore, B. F. Bowman, J. S. Griffing, 
R. P. Duvall, B. C. Dennis, Wm. Butt, Walter Oakley, W. Marlatt. 

"The object of this Association shall be to promote the cause of educa- 
tion in Kansas, under the patronage of the Kansas and Nebraska Annual 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the mutual benefit of 
the members of the Association." 

March 18, 1857. "Palmyra is situated southeast of Topeka, south of 
Lawrence about twelve miles, on the Santa Fe road, in one of the most 
beautiful and picturesque spots in Kansas. The University site is a very 
commanding one. Turn your eye which way you will, you cease to see 
objects only because the eye becomes weary with the distance; yet it is on 
a handsome swell but little above the surrounding prairie. One of those 
beautiful upland groves, so uncommon in Kansas, and perhaps so attractive 
because in Kansas, graces the eastern slope of the site of 'Baker University.' 
The city of Palmyra lies about one-half mile to the west. There is an 
extensive body of timber, young and thrifty, very good limestone, sand 
stone, and water can be reached only a few feet from the surface, even at 
the highest points. We predict a glorious and enviable future to the young 
city of Palmyra." (A statement furnished by the Secretary of the Associa- 
tion.) 

April 16, 1857. At the session of the Kansas-Nebraska Annual Con- 
ference, held at Nebraska City, N. T., April 16-20, 1857, the following report 
of the Committee on Education was adopted: 

"Whereas, It being known that A. Still and L. B. Dennis hold bonds 
to the amount of seven hundred acres of land donated by the Palmyra 
Association and others for the purpose of erecting and endowing an institu- 
tion of learning, to be under the patronage of the Kansas and Nebraska 
Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to be called the 
'Baker University,' and that a majority of the ministers of this conference 
had resolved themselves into a joint stock association, under the name and 
title of the 'Educational Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 
Kansas Territory/ and that they propose to take the above named lands 
and apply the proceeds thereof to the above named purpose, until the erec- 
tion and endowment of the University shall have cost Three Hundred 



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Thousand Dollars besides the funds that may arise from the sale of scholar- 
ships, and that they propose also, as soon as the buildings and finance of 
the Institution are in condition to be used, that they will deed to the Kansas 
and Nebraska Annual Conference, or to the Kansas Conference if divided, 
the University with suitable grounds and all the apparatus belonging to the 
Institution. Therefore, 

"Resolved, That the said A. Still and L. B. Dennis are hereby ordered 
to assign all the bonds and instruments of writing by which they hold any 
property of this Conference to the Trustees of the said Educational Associa- 
tion. And be it also 

"Resolved, That said Educational Association is hereby authorized to 
erect and endorse as many institutions of learning as they may deem ex- 
pedient, and place them under the patronage of this Conference." 

The Educational Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church formed 
a permanent organization, adopted a Constitution and By-Laws, and elected 
officers for one year, as follows: President, L. B. Dennis; First Vice-Presi- 
dent, C. H. Lovejoy; Second Vice-President, A. Still; Recording Secretary, 
Walter Oakley; Treasurer, Wm. G. Piper; Financial Agents, L. B. Dennis 
and Walter Oakley. Executive Committee: Rev. William Butt, Rev. Ira 
Blackford, Rev. Walter Oakley. Trustees: Rev. R. P. Duvall, Rev. B. F. 
Bowman, Rev. Jas. S. Griffin, Rev. W. Marlatt, Rev. E. H. Robertson, Rev. 
A. L. Downey, Rev. B. C. Dennis, Rev. T. J. Ferrill, Rev. William Moore. 

April 17, 1857. "Any preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church living 
in the bounds of Kansas at the time of the adoption of the Constitution of 
the Kansas Educational Association shall be entitled to membership in the 
Association, providing he purchase $100.00 worth of property. Any preacher 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church who may settle in Kansas after the 
adoption of the Constitution of the Association shall be entitled to member- 
ship on the terms before mentioned." 

Nov. 7, 1857. The Quindaro Chindowan — editor, J. M. Walden (later 
Bishop Walden) — has a news article entitled "The Baker University — The 
First College in Kansas." 

Dec. 23, 1857. The shares in the Kansas Educational Association were 
fixed at $100.00 each. Also, the following action was taken: 

"Resolved, That our forms of deeds, bonds, certificates or any other 
instruments of writing by which any of the property of this Association 
may be conveyed, or by which they are held bound to convey, be so written 
as to prohibit forever the use of said property or any part thereof from 
being used as a place of making or vending intoxicating liquors." (An 
early day prohibition feature maintained through the years since.) 

Feb. 3, 1858. Charter of the Kansas Educational Association of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church: 

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory 

of Kansas: 

Section 1. That L. B. Dennis, A, Still, C. H. Lovejoy, Ira Blackford, 
W. J. Piper, T. J. Ferrill, Wm. Butt, N. Taylor, and their associates and 
successors, are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate, under the 
name and title of the Kansas Educational Association of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and by that name shall have perpetual succession, and 
a common seal; may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, defend and 
be defended, in any court of law or equity; and shall have full power to 
hold, by gift, grant, devise, purchase or otherwise, any land, tenements 
hereditaments, moneys, rents, goods and chattels, of whatsoever kind, which 
have been heretofore, or may hereafter be given, granted, or devised to. 
or purchased by them for the benefit of said Association, and may sell 



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and dispose of the same, or any part thereof, or lease, or rent, or improve 
the same, in such manner as they shall deem most conducive to the inter- 
ests of said Association. 

Sec. 2. That the objects of this Association are, and shall be, the pro- 
motion of education in Kansas under the patronage of the Kansas and 
Nebraska Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, or such Con- 
ference as may be hereafter formed out of said Conference within the 
bounds of the territory of Kansas. 

Sec. 3. That it shall be lawful for this Association to locate a Uni- 
versity, to be called BAKER UNIVERSITY, at the town of Palmyra, or 
within one mile of said town; also to locate other seminaries of learning 
in such places and of such grades as may be deemed best for the cause of 
education. 

Sec. 4. That the proceeds arising from the sale of any property belong- 
ing to this Association shall be appropriated to the BAKER UNIVERSITY, 
as the said Association may direct, to the amount of at least three hundred 
thousand dollars, except such property as may be purchased or donated for 
other purposes. 

Sec. 5. That the Association shall have the power to make all rules, 
by-laws and regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act. 

Sec. 6. That all the property or funds, real, personal or mixed, that 
may be received, held or appropriated, by or for said Association, for the 
exclusive purpose of religion or education, including a cemetery not exceed- 
ing forty acres, shall be forever exempt from taxation. 

Sec. 7. That, in case said corporation shall hereafter at any time receive, 
by gift, grant or devise, any number of acres of land exceeding one town- 
ship of land, they shall be and are hereafter required to sell and dispose 
of the same, within twenty-five years from the date of such gifts, grant or 
devise; and said corporation are hereby expressly limited to the holding, 
at any one time, of more than one township of land, except when received 
by gift, or devise, as aforesaid, in which case they shall dispose of the same 
within the time aforesaid. 

This Act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Feb. 12, 1858. Charter of Baker University: 
Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory 

of Kansas: 

Section 1. That L. B. Dennis, Ira Blackford, Charles H. Lovejoy, 
Walter Oakley, N. Taylor, Homer H. Moore, James Shaw, Curtis Graham 
and William Butt, of the Kansas and Nebraska Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and such other persons as shall, or may hereafter, be 
appointed by the Kansas Conference, or subdivisions of the said Kansas 
Conference of the said Methodist Episcopal Church, to succeed them, be, 
and they are, hereby created and constituted a body politic and corporate, 
under the name and style of the Trustees of the BAKER UNIVERSITY, 
and henceforth shall be styled and known by that name, and, by that name 
and style, to remain and have perpetual succession, with power to sue and 
be sued, to implead and be impleaded; to acquire, hold and convey property, 
real, personal or mixed, in lawful ways; to have and use a common seal, and 
to alter same at pleasure; to make and alter from time to time such by-laws 
as they may deem necessary for the government of said institution, its 
officers and servants: Provided, Such by-laws are not inconsistent with the 
constitution of the United States and the organic Act; and to confer on 
such persons as may be considered worthy such academical or honorary 
degrees as are usually conferred by similar institutions. 

Sec. 2. That the term of office of said Trustees shall be four years; 
but they shall hereafter, at the regular Annual Conference aforesaid, in 



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1859, so arrange by lot that the term of office of one-fourth of their number 
shall expire annually; and said board shall, in the manner above specified, 
have perpetual succession and shall hold the property of said institution 
solely for the purpose of education, and not as stock for the individual 
benefit of themselves, or any contributor to the endowment of the same. 
No particular religious faith shall be required of those who become students 
of the institution. Nine members shall constitute a quorum for the trans- 
action of any business of the Board, except the election of President or 
Professor, or the establishment of Chairs in said institution, and the 
enactment of by-laws for its government, for which the presence of a 
majority of the Board shall be necessary; Provided, That the Trustees 
hereafter selected shall not exceed thirty-two in number, who shall be fairly 
appointed among the respective Conferences having the selection thereof, 
as hereinbefore provided. 

Sec. 3. That the said Annual Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, under whose control and patronage said University .is placed, shall 
each also have the right to appoint annually two suitable persons, members 
of their own body, visitors to said University, who shall attend the examina- 
tion of students, and be entitled to participate in the deliberations of the 
Board of Trustees, and enjoy all the privileges of members of said Board, 
except the right to vote. 

Sec. 4. That the said institution shall be, and hereby is, permanently 
located at Baldwin City, in the Territory of Kansas, and the corporators and 
their successors shall be competent, in law or equity, to take to themselves, 
in their said corporate name, real, personal or mixed estate, by gift, grant 
bargain and sale, conveyance, will, demise or bequest, of any person what- 
soever; and the same estate, whether real, personal or mixed, to grant, bar- 
gain, sell, convey, demise, let, place out at interest, or otherwise dispose 
of the same, for the use of said institution, in such manner as to them shall 
seem most beneficial to said institution. Said Corporators shall faithfully 
apply all the funds collected, as the proceeds of the property belonging to 
the said institution, supporting the necessary officers, instructors, servants 
and agents, and procuring books, maps, charts, globes and philosophical, 
chemical, and all other apparatus necessary to the success of said institu- 
tion, under the restrictions imposed: Provided, nevertheless, That, in case 
any donation, demise or bequest shall be made for particular purposes, 
accordant with the design of the institution, and the corporation shall 
accept the same, every such donation, demise or bequest shall be applied in 
conformity with the express conditions of the donors or devisors: Pro- 
vided further, That said corporation shall not be allowed to hold more than 
two thousand acres of land at any one time, unless the said corporation 
shall have received the same by gift, grant or demise; and in such case they 
shall be required to sell or dispose of the same within ten years from the 
time they shall require such title, and on failure to do so, such land, over 
and above the before named two thousand acres, shall revert to the original 
donor, grantor, devisors or their heirs. 

Sec. 5. That the Treasurer of the institution, and all other agents, when 
required, before entering upon the duties of their appointment, shall give 
bond for the security of the corporation, in such penal sum and with such 
securities as the corporation shall approve; and all processes against the 
corporation shall be by summons, and the service of the same shall be by 
leaving an attested copy thereof with the treasurer at least sixty days before 
the return day thereof. 

Sec. 6. That the corporation shall have power to employ and appoint a 
President or Principal for said institution, and all such Professors or 
Teachers, and all such agents or servants as may be necessary, and shall 
have power to displace any or such of them as the interest of the institu- 
tion may require; to fill vacancies which may happen by death, resignation 



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ox otherwise among said officers or servants; and to prescribe and direct 
the course of studies to be pursued in said institution by and with the 
advice and consent of the President and Professors thereof. 

Sec. 7. That the corporation shall have power to establish departments 
for the study of any and all the learned and liberal professions in the same, 
to confer the degrees of Doctor in the learned arts and sciences and belles 
lettres, and to confer such other academical degrees as are usually conferred 
by the most learned institutions. 

Sec. 8. That the said institution shall have power to institute a Board 
of competent persons, also including the Faculty, who shall examine such 
individuals as may apply, and, if such applicants are found to possess such 
knowledge pursued in such institution as, in the judgment of said Board, 
renders them worthy, they may be considered graduates in course, and shall 
be entitled to diplomas accordingly on paying such fees as the corporation 
shall affix; which fee, however, shall in no case exceed the tuition bills of 
the full course of studies in said institution. Such Examining Board may 
not exceed the number of ten, three of whom may transact business, pro- 
vided one be of the Faculty. 

Sec. 9. That, should the corporation at any time act contrary to the 
provisions of this charter, or fail to comply with the same, upon complaint 
being made to proper court of the county in which said University is 
situated, a scire facias shall issue, and the proper attorney shall prosecute 
in behalf of the people of the territoiw for forfeiture of this charter. This 
act shall be a public act, and shall be construed liberally in all courts, for 
the purpose herein expressed. 

April 16, 1858. The charter secured from the Territorial Legislature 
for the Kansas Educational Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church 
was accepted for reorganization, with these officers: President, L. B. 
Dennis; Vice-President; J. Welch; Secretary, Walter Oakley; Treasurer, 
N. Taylor; Agent, Wm. Butt. 

April 16, 1858. Membership in the Kansas Educational Association 
opened to any professor of any institution under the patronage of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church in Kansas, provided he purchase the $100.00 
worth of property. 

April 16, 1858. Milton Baldwin, A. M., son of John Baldwin, Berea, 
Ohio, for whom Baldwin City is named, elected to take charge of the Pre- 
paratory Department of the University. After a short illness he died Aug. 
30, 1858; burial in the old cemetery south of town. 

John Baldwin was born at Bramford, Ct, Oct. 13, 1799. Although 
without education himself and without fortune, he won name and influence 
during the century in which he lived. Christian education for poor boys 
and girls was the ruling passion of his life. His marriage, in 1828, to Mary 
D. Chappel gave him a sympathetic partner in all his plans. He bought a 
tract of land in the Western Reserve, in northern Ohio, and came with his 
young^ bride to Middlebury Township, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. From this 
primitive settlement sprung the town of Berea, Ohio, her schools and the 
famous stone quarries. Mr. Baldwin was a shrewd New England business 
man, very frugal in his life and habits. 

In 1845, Baldwin Institute, at Berea, Ohio, was chartered and named in 
his honor. In 1855 the name was changed to Baldwin University. In 1871 
the official report from the school gave the information of the value of his 
gifts as amounting to $127,700. Other gifts to German Wallace College 
added largely to this generous sum for that locality. 

In 1867 he bought property in Louisiana and provided for schools, both 
for white children and for black. The Freedman's Aid Society now has the 
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Baldwin High School for Boys and Baldwin High School for Girls, 
both at Bangalore, India, are products of his wisdom and munificence. 

In 1857 he came to Kansas Territory. After an investigating visit he 
returned later and with his son, Milton, he brought the machinery equip- 
ment for a steam mill. This was located near Fifth and Indiana streets, and 
was a great advantage to the newly opened country. The sudden illness 
and death of his son, Milton, was so great a sorrow that he could no longer 
live here, and he therefore abandoned all his plans in relation to Kansas. 
During the years of his life after this he would scarcely refer to this 
experience, and then only to speak of "his Kansas failure." His family 
report that his experience in Kansas was a financial loss of $3,000 in gold. 

John Baldwin died Oct. 28, 1884, at his home in Louisiana, and was 
buried at Berea, Ohio. 

April 15-19, 1858. The session of the Kansas-Nebraska Annual Con- 
ference, held at Topeka, K. T., adopted this report from the Committee 
on Education: 

"The section of land reported at our last conference session, donated 
by the Palmyra Town Association for educational purposes, and which was 
transferred to the trustees of the Kansas Educational Association of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, has been regularly laid out into a town, to 
which has been attached the title of Baldwin City. A considerable amount 
of stock has been disposed of, and the proceeds thereof appropriated to 
educational purposes, in pursuance of a contract between this body and the 
Educational Association. 

"By order of the Board of Managers there is now in course of erection 
a stone schoolhouse, 24 by 40 feet, to be at least two stories high. (Note. — 
This is now called 'The Old Castle.') 

"The foundation of a Preparatory Department of the Baker University 
has also been laid, which is to be 50 by 100 feet, three stories high. (The 
location of this building was near Science Building.) 

"Liberal charters have been procured from the Legislature of Kansas 
Territory, both for the Association and University. Notwithstanding the 
pressure, the Association feel greatly encouraged to continue their efforts 
in the good cause of education." 

September, 1858. Rev. Werter R. Davis, A. M., elected President of 
Baker University and agent of Kansas Educational Association. 

Nov. 22, 1858. The first day of school for Baker University. Without 
ceremony of any kind known to later days, the beginning was made. A 
lime-stone building, three stories high, 24 ft. by 40 ft., with flat roof, and a 
belfry on the east end, "like an inverted kettle" (as a student fifty years 
later said), had been erected on lots 15 to 19, Fifth street. It was considered 
a temporary structure and for that reason was not erected on the "College 
Park," as the campus was named. The third story was built by the local 
lodge of Masons, and they were thereby given lease for its use for a period 
of (blank) years. The school began with the Preparatory Department only, 
having about twenty pupils. 

Prof. Byron Rush Cunningham, A. M., of McKendree College, was the 
instructor and bore the title "Principal of the Preparatory Department." 

Mrs. Minerva R. Davis, the wife of President Davis, gave instruction 
in music. 

The enrollment by the close of the term had reached nearly fifty. 

The cost of the building was about $3,250.00. 

"The College building, for it was dignified with that name, was the 
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their proximity to it. It was the 'College building,' and that made it sacred; 
for it covered the embryo out of which in our thought was to come every 
form of culture and refinement and mental power. It was the Mother, 
Sweet Mother, in prospects of yet unborn sons and daughters who were 
to represent every possibility. It was every thing. It was at once the 
College, the Church, the Town Hall and the Lyceum. Its capacious hall 
of 24x40 rang in turns now with the hum of the school room and now with 
the voice of God's messengers and the responsive shouts of his Saints, 
and now with the wild stirring oratory of the grim chieftain of Kansas, who 
bade his scared auditors 'remember that General James H. Lane watched 
over them as a father over his children.' Here were held religious revivals, 
political rallies and school exhibitions. Here met the old Philopeuthian 
Society, the Herald in Kansas of equal rights and privileges between the 
sexes and where boys and girls stood side by side upon the same platform 
and contended for oratorical honors without prejudice. Memorable Hall! 
It ought to be preserved for a museum for antiquities. Its walls could tell 
stories that would be poems and in it the antiquary would be in touch with 
the beginnings of Kansas civilization." 

Jan. 1, 1859. Advertisement (in the Kansas Messager, vol. I, No. 1, 
Jan. 1, 1859, published at Baldwin City, K. T.): "Baker University — Rev. 
Werter R. Davis, A. M., M. D., President. The Preparatory Department 
of this institution opened its first term on the 22 ult. (Nov. 22, 1858), to be 
continued thirteen weeks. Instructions will be given, if called for, in all 
the branches, solid, classical and ornamental. Expenses — Tuition in the 
Preparatory Department, per term, $7.00; tuition in the Preparatory Eng- 
lish, per term, $6.00; tuition in Common School branches, per term, $4.00; 
tuition in College branches, per term, $8.00; lessons upon the Piano or 
Melodeon, per term, $10.00; contingencies, per term, $1.00. Board, per 
week, $3.00. College fees invariably in advance." 

Feb. 4, 1859. Baldwin City incorporated by Territorial Legislature. 

April 13, 1859. The College Park (now the Campus), containing 21 
acres, transferred to the Trustees of Baker University by the Kansas Edu- 
cational Association. 

The first meeting of the Board of Trustees of Baker University at 
Omaha, N. T., at the Conference session. 

The action of the Kansas-Nebraska Annual Conference was as follows: 

"This Conference, at its session in Nebraska City in 1857, did enter 
into an arrangement to receive from the Palmyra Association the donation 
of a tract of land for the purpose of erecting and endowing an institution 
of learning, to be under the patronage of the Kansas and Nebraska Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to be called the Baker Uni- 
versity. 

"A considerable amount of stock has been disposed of, and the proceeds 
thereof appropriated to educational purposes, in pursuance of the contract 
between this body and the Educational Association. 

"It is thought that the present prospects may justify the organization 
of a full college faculty, at the commencement of the next educational year. 

"The Educational Association are now prepared to comply with their 
contract with this Conference, and deed to the Trustees of Baker University 
the Park known as the College Park, in Baldwin City, containing 21 acres; 
and until a suitable building for college purposes can be erected they tender 
to the Board the use of the first and second stories of the present building. 

"Your committee would recommend the adoption of the following: 

" 'Resolved, That this Conference pledge its best efforts to build up and 
sustain Baker LTniversity as the one great University in Kansas.' " 



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April 13, 1859. Committee appointed by the Kansas Educational Asso- 
ciation to consider the establishment of a Medical College in Leavenworth, 
as a branch of Baker University. In April, 1860, a Medical Department was 
created by affiliation with the College of Physicians, and Dr. C. A. Logan 
was appointed Dean of the Medical Faculty. (It does not appear that 
these plans were ever carried out.) 

Feb. 9, 1860. From news-letter by Pres. W. R. Davis: 

"This is not now a land of bloody strife as heretofore, but those who 
sought to destroy and murder have fled away, and an intelligent and 
religious people are here engaged in agricultural pursuits and all the arts 
of civilized life. They are actively at work making farms, building houses, 
mills, colleges, towns and cities. The whole country is undergoing a change 
as though a magic hand were at work causing the wilderness and solitary 
place to rejoice and blossom as the rose. The soil is fertile, the climate 
salubrious, the prairies undulating, and the streams are pure and beautifully 
skirted with timber. 

"Baldwin City occupies a most beautiful place. It is in Douglas county, 
on the Santa Fe road, about an equal distance from all the great commercial 
marts on the Missouri river, and in the midst of the best cultivated portion 
of the territory. It is surrounded by rich lands, an abundance of water, 
building materials of every kind, and plenty of coal and timber. There are 
about three hundred inhabitants in the town, four stores, two hotels, two 
mills and a goodly number of mechanic shops of various kinds. 

"We are now in the midst of one of the most glorious revivals of 
religion I have ever witnessed. We have had a pentecost for the last four 
weeks. The Holy Ghost has been poured out upon us almost incessantly 
since that time, and the people have been speaking the language of Zion 
and proclaiming the wonderful works of God. About one hundred have 
been converted to God and joined the church. The students in the college 
have shared in the heaven-sent revival and the most influential citizens have 
been its subjects. Our pastor, Rev. Mark Robertson, Elder Dennis, Rev. 
Leard, Rev. Piper and Rev. Parker labored for God in this glorious work, 
and their labors were not in vain in the Lord. Baldwin City charge num- 
bers over two hundred. 

"The German Methodists have organized. They held their quarterly 
meeting last Sabbath, and had a good time. 

"The Presbyterians have also organized, and will build a church 
immediately. The truth is, there is scarcely an indigenous person in this 
community. Baker University is located here. A good three-story college 
building was finished last fall. About one hundred students have been 
enrolled. The college society had a very interesting exhibition at the close 
of the term. Professors Cunningham, Parker and Leard are doing well. 
The University lands have just been relieved from a very embarrassing 
debt, which has inspired the friends of the institution with life and energy. 
We are now prepared to give deeds to all who may purchase property 
from us. Those who have purchased should report the number of the share 
and the numbers of the lots of which it is composed, that record may be 
made accordingly, and if they have paid their indebtedness they may, if 
they wish, receive their deeds. We have started a subscription to build a 
college chapel with encouraging prospects. 

"Methodism is an element of great power in this country, and if we are 
true to ourselves and to our God, we can mould and give shape to the 
educational and religious affairs of the people for all generations to come. 
Our preachers and our people are at work, and those that do not love fear 
them. 

"We have here the Yankee element. Some of them do not love our 
church very well, and some of them do, and I hope that the day is not 
very far distant when all of them will love and respect her. This element, 

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when brought under the influence of Methodism, is one of great good, 
having been raised in a land of churches and schoolhouses, they are unusu- 
ally intelligent and moral. 

"Our Conference sits in Leavenworth City on the 15th of March, at 
which time we hope to see you, Mr. Editor, in the midst of our young but 
promising conference, and it may be that you will hear some interesting 
speeches on the vexed question. Our Conference is opposed to slavery in 
every aspect of the subject. They are anti-slavery in the true sense of 
the word." 

Feb. 22, 1860. Item from Central Christian Advocate: 

"Bell Donated. — The Rev. Bishop Baker has donated a beautiful bell 
to the infant university in Kansas which bears his name. It is now in 
course of transportation and will soon ring out its musical notes upon the 
virgin air of Kansas. Blessings upon the considerate and benevolent Bishop 
for his interest in our Western enterprise, and ample success to the college 
at Baldwin City." 

March, 1860. Report of Committee on Education at Annual Conference: 
"Baker University is in a prosperous condition. The College Building 
for the Preparatory Department has been finished and is sufficiently com- 
modious to meet the present educational wants of the country. The Uni- 
versity lands are now relieved from debt, and a good title obtained to them. 
A good college bell, weighing three hundred pounds, has been presented by 
Rev. Bishop Osmon C. Baker. Resolved, That we will cordially unite with 
the friends of education in exerting our efforts to build up and sustain 
Baker University as the one great University of Kansas." 

March, 1860. Kansas-Nebraska Annual Conference divided, Kansas to 
comprise one part and Nebraska the other. 

March 14, 1860. By an act of the Kansas Educational Association, the 
Board of Trustees of Baker University shall be members of that Associa- 
tion. The Board of Trustees appointed by the Kansas and Nebraska Con- 
ference at its last session and their successors in office were made the 
officers of the Kansas Educational Association, with power to perform all 
their duties according to the charter of said Association. 

March, 1861. Report of Committee on Education at Annual Conference: 

"Baker University is in successful operation, notwithstanding the finan- 
cial embarrassment produced by the unprecedented drought of last year. 
The Preparatory College Building is sufficiently commodious to meet all the 
present educational wants of the country. There is the commencement of 
a good mineralogical and geological cabinet, also the beginning of a library 
and philosophical apparatus." 

March, 1861. Committee appointed to take into consideration the 
propriety of organizing a Law College in the city of Lawrence. (Permanent 
action was never taken.) 

March, 1861. Professorship of Ancient Languages created and Rev. T. 
A. Parker, A. M., M. D., selected as the professor. 

March, 1862. First published course of study to be found in the Minutes 
of the Kansas Conference, 1862. This shows a Preparatory School for two 
years and a College Department of four years. There is a Scientific Depart- 
ment with one year preparatory work and three years advanced study. Also 
a Biblical Department, giving a course of study in three sections. The 
tuition in the classical Preparatory School is $7.00 per term and in the 
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July 24, 1862. Death of Rev. Thomas Hicks Mudge, A. M., Professor 
of Hebrew and Biblical Literature. He was also pastor of the Baldwin M. 
E. Church. Mr. Mudge was graduated from Wesleyan University in 1840, 
and from Union Theological Seminary in 1843. He joined the New England 
Conference and labored there till 1857, when he accepted the professorship 
of sacred literature in McKendree College. In 1859 he took up the work 
of a minister in the Missouri Conference, but in the summer of 1861 he was 
driven out by the troubles incident to the Rebellion. After coming to the 
Kansas Conference he was appointed first to Manhattan and in March, 
1862, to Baldwin City. He died of apoplexy in his study in the "Old Castle," 
and is buried in the old cemetery south of town, his brethren of the Kansas 
Conference providing for a suitable monument. 

August, 1862. By order of the Kansas Educational Association the 
Agent was directed to commence a college building, to be erected at or near 
the place where the first foundation was partly dug (near Science Building). 

November, 1862. Agent authorized to set off two blocks of the south 
end of College Park (Campus) fronting on streets G and H. (This change 
brought the Campus to its present size.) 

March 9, 1863. Athenaean Literary Society, for men, was organized, 
with these as officers: W. H. Toothaker, A. G. Jones, W. A. Madaris, H. 
M. Scott and J. A. Stalons. Later the Society was converted into the 
Zethegathean Literary Society. Motto: "Diligentia vincimus." 

March, 1863. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 
"Baker University is in successful operation, notwithstanding the em- 
barrassment produced by the fearful war raging in our country, thus calling 
many of our young men into the army. It has enrolled a larger number of 
students during the year than at any previous period in history. 

"The present college building is found insufficient to meet the present 
educational wants of the country. Your committee, therefore, recommend 
the appointment of an Agent, with authority to travel abroad and raise 
moneys to the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars, under the instruc- 
tions of the trustees of Baker University." 

April 10, 1863. The Philosophian Literary Society, consisting of young 
ladies and gentlemen, was organized by the following persons: F. L. 
Robinson, N. B. Gardner, J. C. Hall, H. B. Francis, Miss D. K. Willey, Miss 
Padd. R. Ray and Miss Sac. F. Ray. 

The Alethean Society, for lady students, was organized by Prof. J. G. 
Schnebley sometime during the spring term of 1863. 

June, 1863. Near the close of this school year the Philopeuthian 
Literary Society disbanded. Motto: "Studemus dignari." 

June, 1863. First catalogue published. 

In later years annual catalogues were omitted for the years 1866-67, 
1869-70, 1870-71, 1871-72, 1878-79. The course of study provides for a Class- 
ical Department having one preparatory year and four college years, and 
for a Scientific Course of three years "to meet the wants of young ladies and 
gentlemen whose time, means or other circumstances may prevent them 
from pursuing a regular college course, but who wish to prepare themselves 
for the active duties of life." There is the beginning of a library; the 
students had access to a library of 1,000 volumes, belonging to Prof. P. A. 
Emery (who conducted the Kansas Deaf-Mute Institute at Baldwin City). 
Primary Department established and Miss May A. Goltman elected to the 
position as teacher. Chair of Natural Science created, and Rev. J. H. Car- 
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June 11, 1863. The Kansas Educational Association plan to erect a 
college building to cost $30,000.00 (This resulted in the present "Science 
Building"), agreeable to the report of the Committee on Education at the 
preceding Annual Conference. The site was selected near the foundation, 
partly made, of a building projected in 1857. The Trustees of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church in Baldwin City were invited to confer with regard to 
Chapel room in this new building. The plan was to erect a building 80 feet 
by 60 feet, three stories high, having, in addition, a basement story for 
laboratory, furnace-room, etc.; and to finish it with chapel and recitation 
rooms, society and library rooms, offices, etc., the entire cost of which 
was to be about $30,000.00. This building was to be only one of five parts 
of the entire University Buildings; this to be the center; and the design 
was to add two wings or additions on each side, thus making a continuous 
front of two hundred feet in length. 

Sept. 14, 1863. The unexpected increase of students requiring more 
room for their accommodation led to a plan for relinquishment by the 
Masonic Lodge of the third story of the College Building. As this did 
not succeed, a loan of $500.00 at 10 per cent was made to erect a frame 
building, one story high, 16 by 24 feet and 10 feet high, at the southwest 
corner of the building for the Primary Department. A contract was made 
to erect this at $250.00. This addition received the familiar name, "The 
Kitchen." 

The alphabetical arrangement of streets in Baldwin City was abandoned 
and the following names were assigned, beginning with north side of town: 
Ames, Baker, Chapel, Dearborn, Elm, Fremont, Gove, High, Indiana, Jersey, 
King, Lincoln, Monroe, Newton, Orange. 

November, 1863. Preliminary organization of a company at Baldwin City 
for the Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. This became Co. G of 16th Kansas Vol- 
unteer Cavalry. Its members enrolled Baker students of the current and pre- 
vious years, some of whom were John W. Hall, Samuel Gardner, John Bew- 
ley, James H. Parker, George W. Parker, George Prather, Asbury Prather, 
Howard M. Scott, Jerry Walker. John W. Hall became the captain of the 
company and Samuel Gardner, corporal. Of the regimental officers the fol- 
lowing came from Baldwin City: Rev. Werter R. Davis, Lieutenant Colonel 
and later Colonel; Clarkson Reynolds, Major; Rev. Thomas J. Ferrill, 
Chaplain. 

February, 1864. Donation of $100.00 by Abraham Lincoln, President of 
the United States, to apply on the new college building on the Campus. 

March, 1864. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 
"Baker University is in a prosperous condition, notwithstanding the 
unsettled state of national affairs. 

"The receipts of the past year have more than doubled that of the pre- 
vious years. The opportunity of attending Divine service has been to some 
extent restricted on account of the lack of Church or Chapel facilities 
This lack, we earnestly hope, will soon be remedied by the erection of a 
Church in Baldwin City." 

March, 1865. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 
"The foundation of the new university building is laid, with reasonable 
prospect of being closed in this summer and fall, and finished in two years 
"Resolved, That while we encourage our brethren and friends in differ- 
ent parts of the Conference, to erect buildings and sustain academies and 
seminaries, we cannot consistently encourage the building up of any insti- 
tution other than Baker University, with power to confer college degrees." 

April, 1865. "Ladies' Course of Study," in accordance with the best lit- 

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erary institutions adopted for the succeeding year, whose principal feature 
was to allow Spanish and German instead of Greek, and to permit additional 
work in Music, Painting and Drawing. 

Jan. 25, 1865. From news-letter by President L. L. Hartman: 

"We have now in attendance one hundred and forty students. Our most 

advanced scholars are now in the Junior Class. In addition to the common 

and higher English branches, instruction is given in Greek, Latin, German, 

French, music (on piano and melodeon), drawing, painting and embroidery." 

June, 1865. From Catalogue of 1864-65: 

"The College has a library of about 300 volumes, chiefly Theological, 
Medical, Scientific and Agricultural. It has geographical and scientific maps 
and charts. It has a good compass and chain, compound microscope, magic 
lantern, magnet and other Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus. Also a 
considerable variety of geological specimens." 

Fall, 1865. Charter of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity issued to certain 
students — charter withdrawn about 1868. 

December, 1865. From Annual Report of the State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction: "Baker University is in a prosperous condition, and 
has done excellent service in pioneer education." 

March, 1866. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 

"The Music Department has obtained an enviable prominence, under the 
efficient management of Prof. C. H. Edgerton, late of Fort Edward Insti- 
tute. Six elegant pianos and one fine cabinet organ of New York manufac- 
ture have been secured and are now in use in this department, with an aver- 
age attendance of fifty pupils. A commodious hall has been erected adja- 
cent to the College for the especial use of this department. 

"From the facts and estimates submitted to us, it appears the College is 
now out of debt. A good, substantial foundation for a new college building- 
has been laid, and the window frames for the entire building are completed, 
at an expense of about $5,000. The erection of the new college building will 
require $30,000. The citizens of Baldwin City and vicinity are pledged to 
raise $10,000, provided that they can have assurances that the sum necessary 
for the completion of the building will be raised. It is believed that $10,000 
can be raised through the agency of the Kansas Educational Association. 
We recommend that this Conference undertake the raising of $10,000 through 
her agency. 

"We pledge ourselves as a Conference to devote our undivided energies 
to the good and great work of making Baker University a first-class institu- 
tion and the only one of a college grade." 

March, 1866. Some time during this school year, 1865-66, a frame house 
was built on the lots north of the college building, which is described in the 
Conference report as a "commodious hall." Its size was 18 ft. x 30 ft., one 
and one-half stories high. It was set apart for the use of the Music Depart- 
ment and was equipped with "six elegant pianos and a fine cabinet organ of 
New York manufacture." Later the library was placed in this building. This 
hall gained the popular name of "blue house." Its history developed some 
serious complications in local church and college relations, through business 
misunderstandings. In March 29, 1871, the Ladies' Sewing Circle bought it 
to move it to the lots owned by the M. E. Church, and to convert it to par- 
sonage use. The plan to move it was changed and in December, 1872, they 
sold it to Joseph Chamberlain for $225. It was repurchased of him and in 
July, 1873, they sold it for $350, together with the lots on the south corner 
of Sixth and Fremont streets, to which it was moved. It is the main part 
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March, 1866. The Centenary of Methodism in America was celebrated 
by all the churches and people of the Kansas Conference with special relig- 
ious services and thank-offerings. A special organization known as the Cen- 
tenary Society of the Kansas Conference was formed with Rev. George W. 
Paddock as Centenary Agent. The Central Centenary Committee was 
instructed to appropriate two-thirds of the Centenary Collection to the 
endowment of Baker University. In the report of the agent in March, 1867, 
it is announced that the amount collected and subscribed for Baker Univer- 
sity was $14,736.38. The amount of this that was paid was applied to the 
completion of the building project. 

April, 1866. Minutes of Faculty Meeting show that the regular time of 
weekly Faculty Meeting for the term was fixed for Wednesday, 3 p. m. Is 
this the setting for a Baker custom? 

June 6, 1866. Alethean Literary Society (for women) voluntarily dis- 
bands. (Athenaen and Philosophian still in existence.) 

June 14, 1866. "The Citizens Subscription" of Baldwin and vicinity, 
amounting to $6,000, bearing date Feb. 3, 1866, given to aid in the erection 
of the college building and completion of the chapel, was presented to the 
Trustees on the condition of securing to the Methodist Episcopal Church of 
Baldwin a room or rooms in the college building for Sabbath School, Social 
and Protracted Meetings, as well as for regular services, for a term of ten 
years. 

June 22, 1866. Corner stone laid for Science Building. The address 
was given by Hon. Marcus J. Parrott, Kansas' first congressman. 

June, 1866. From Catalogue of 1865-66: Primary Department discon- 
tinued. The Courses of Study were extended. The college course of four 
years is preceded by a preparatory course of three years. Library is 
increased to nearly 700 volumes. 

September, 1866. From Report of the State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction: 

"Baker University is the oldest, living, working institution in the state 
and has had more pupils than half of the other denominational schools in 
the state. It has usually been crowded up to the capacity to accommodate 
students. From our earliest history as a state it has done a noble work in 
sending out successful teachers to the common schools of the state. We 
have here developed in symmetrical proportions the three-fold nature of 
education — the mental, the moral and the physical." 

Dec. 4, 1866. Death of Rev. Christopher H. Edgerton, Professor of 
Music. Professor Edgerton was born in Albany, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1829. He 
was admitted to the Troy Conference in 1857. For a period of three years 
he was Professor of Music at Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, Fort 
Edward, N. Y. In 1862 he was appointed chaplain of the 93d regiment, New 
York Volunteers. Both before and after the war he continued his work as 
a minister. In September, 1865, he accepted a proffered position in Baker 
University, thinking that the dry and salubrious air of Kansas would improve 
his health, which had been seriously impaired by the severe exposures 
endured as a soldier in the Army of the Potomac. His ability as a thorough 
teacher, his fine social qualities and his high Christian character secured for 
him both affection and friends. One of the attractive features of the first 
Conference session at Baldwin, March, 1868, was the singing by Philip Phil- 
lips and Professor Edgerton. At the opening of school year, September, 
1866, it was evident that failing health would not permit Professor Edgerton 
to endure the labor of his responsible position. He taught but little during 
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March, 18G7. The Whitman collection in Natural Science secured, esti- 
mated to be worth $10,000. It contains, in geology, the characteristic fossils 
of the cambrian, silurian, devonian and carboniferous systems of this coun- 
try, also specimens showing the lithological character of the rocks of Penn- 
sylvania, and the cretaceous systems of Europe; in mineralogy, the principal 
minerals of this country and nearly two hundred from Europe; in zoology, 
over two thousand specimens of articulata, molusca, and radiata; in botany, 
all the most interesting species of the eastern states and also of Oregon, 
California, Central and South America. 

March, 1867. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 
"We have projected within our Conference bounds one first class Uni- 
versity, already performing college functions — Baker University. 

"Ages will pass away before we shall be likely to need a second, if ever." 

Aug. 27, 1867. The college building, music and library rooms, thor- 
oughly repaired and renovated. The library contains more than two thou- 
sand volumes. The Institution is organized on a broad, elective basis, 
affording accommodation to students to pursue such studies as will best pre- 
pare them for the active work of life. A special course given in Chemistry, 
enabling students to prepare for the study of medicine or for clerkship in 
drug stores. 

March, 1868, Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 

"The number of students enrolled since the present college year com- 
menced is 120. The average number registered has been 100. The primary 
department, deemed no longer a necessity, has been abolished, and the 
students in attendance are quite matured. 

Fifty-three are studying Latin, seventeen Greek, and five French. Whole 
number in college classes twelve, and in the senior preparatory class fifteen. 
During the year thus far they have enjoyed a sweet religious influence, and 
forty have been converted. 

Interiorly Baker University presents a healthy and promising condition. 
The old buildings have been thoroughly renovated, grounds fenced and 
improved at an expense of near one thousand dollars, yet they are con- 
tracted and altogether insufficient to meet its wants. 

If we would reasonably hope for the prosperity of the University to 
continue, the new building must be speedily completed. It must be inclosed 
at least the present season to protect the walls already erected, and to pre- 
vent a loss of some thousands of dollars." 

June, 1868. A Theological Department was organized. The course of 
study is arranged to cover three years of two terms each; but graduates of 
the University or of any kindred institution may complete the course in two 
years. Students will be admitted to pursue a limited course in Theology, 
and special facilities will be furnished those who wish instruction in the con- 
ference course of study. 

June, 1868. From Catalogue 1867-68: "The college course holds the 
elective system, after the Freshman year — eight or ten class exercises per 
week being specified and the remaining studies being elective." 

September, 1868. From Annual Report of the State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction: "Estimated cash value of the property of Baker Univer- 
sity, in site, library, buildings, apparatus, music equipment and 600 lots in 
Baldwin City, $44,000. Expenditures for year closing September, 1868, 
$9,291.06. Tuition for Collegiate Department, per term, $10.00; for Prepara- 
tory and Scientific Departments, per term, $8.00; for Music, per term, $12.00." 



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September, 1868. The Financial Agent for the school reported that tui- 
tion bills do not pay more than 50 per cent of the current expenses. 

1868-69. The college building on Fifth street was enlarged by the build- 
ing of a two-story sandstone addition, 24x34 feet, immediately west of the 
main part. This extension was made to meet the needs of more space, in as 
much as the completion of the main building on the Campus was delayed 
because of lack of funds. Cost about $750. 

March, 1869. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 

"The opinion of your committee, after long and serious deliberation, is 
that the best interests of this Institution require an entire change in the man- 
agement of its affairs. The report of the financial agent shows that the cur- 
rent expenses of the Institution amount to 55 per cent more than its receipts 
for tuition, which additional expense has been met by the sale of lands and 
contributions from the friends of the College. The whole amount of money 
thus expended in defraying current expenses for the past six years, including 
salary of agent, is $18,175.10. Had the Institution been conducted on a self- 
supporting basis, the greater part of the above sum might have been applied 
to the erection of the college building, and have nearly secured its comple- 
tion. Your committee deem it absolutely necessary to the interests of the 
Institution that this course should now be adopted. An institution of learn- 
ing, aspiring to the dignity of a University, must have buildings ample in 
size and tasteful in architecture, to support its claims and give it prestige 
and permanence. 

This is also recommended as a matter of economy. Seven thousand 
dollars has already been expended on the foundation and the first story of 
the college building, and it is believed that unless the walls shall soon be 
completed, and the building covered in, the work already done will be ruined 
by exposure to the weather, and thus become a total loss; therefore, 

"Resolved, That the Board of Trustees of Baker University be instructed 
to reduce the Faculty thereof to such a number as can be supported by the 
tuition fees of the Institution. 

"Resolved, That we recommend the appointment of an agent who shall 
devote his whole time to the work of completing the college building." 

April 14, 1869. Euergesian Literary Society organized, composed mainly 
of the younger class of students, men and women. Motto: "Kata Dunanim." 

June, 1869. Catalogue gives a Classical Course of four years in the 
College preceded by two years preparatory work and a Scientific course of 
three years in college, with two years of preceding study. 

March, 1870. Report of Kansas Conference Committee on Education: 

"The new building of the University is advancing toward completion, 
the third story being partially constructed, and stone, nearly or quite suffi- 
cient for finishing the walls, being on the ground. 

"It is supposed that about $20,000 will be required to carry on the work 
of construction and prepare the building for the use of the school. 

"Of this amount the sum of $12,000 is pledged on a share system, the 
consideration in the system being town lots, the property of the Kansas 
Educational Association. 

"The further sum of $3,500 is pledged in a contract between the Associa- 
tion and Mr. Bacon, the consideration in this contract being also town lots, 
the property of the Association. 

"It is important that the new building be completed at the earliest pos- 
sible date, from several considerations, of which we present the following: 

"1. The policy recommended by the last Conference, of reducing the 

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Faculty to such a number as could be supported by the tuition fees, has 
resulted, as was undoubtedly expected by all; reduction in the Faculty has 
resulted in reduction in the literary standing and character of the school; 
only about thirty students being in attendance during the last term. This 
policy, if continued, will close the school in three months. In the minds of 
the Trustees it seemed necessary to suffer this calamity, hoping that it 
might be only temporary, in order to push on to completion the new college 
building. The present condition of the school, under this policy, demands 
its completion at the earliest possible moment. 

"2. The wonderful tide of immigration pouring into this state is bring- 
ing a host of Methodist families whose sons and daughters must be educated, 
and educated under our denominational influence. For a time we may com- 
pete successfully with other denominational institutions, in their present 
sickly, if not dying condition, but we cannot with the state institutions, which 
are in a highly prosperous condition, with large Faculties of instruction and 
ample endowments. If a school is contingent on a building, or buildings, we 
must build." 

July 24, 1870. Dedication day for the new Methodist Episcopal Church, 
now the Conservatory of Music building. Rev. T. F. Houts, pastor of M. E. 
Church, Ottawa, preached the dedicatory sermon. The building is of beauti- 
ful gray sandstone, 40 feet by 66 feet, 18^2 foot ceiling, neatly finished inside 
with plaster paris, painting and graining. The total cost was $6,000. Of 
this sum the Ladies Society had paid in cash $2,231, and assumed $150 more. 
They furnished a new organ worth $400 also. The first work on the church 
was done Aug. 3, 1868. 

Aug. 31, 1870. The sale of $10,000 bonds of the Kansas Educational 
Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church dated July 1, 1870, secured 
by mortgage on College property, made to L. B. Bacon, Elizabeth, N. J., in 
return for $6,000 cash and 240 acres of land in Woodbury County, Iowa, and 
360 acres of land in Manhattan County, Wisconsin. 

March, 1871. Report of the Committee on Education of Kansas Con- 
ference: 

"This child of sorrow, now, under God, begins to exhibit marks, exter- 
nal at least, of a vigorous, healthy youth. The new University building, of 
native sandstone, standing (four stories) upon an eminence overlooking a 
vast scenery, unsurpassed in romantic grandeur and classic beauty, is an 
accomplished fact, to the great joy and satisfaction of the Faculty and stu- 
dents of the college. We trust the new edifice, together with the old edifice, 
and what is sometimes known as the blue edifice, shall become a happy trio, 
around which shall gather and cluster such endearing associations, that, in 
the coming years the Kansas Conference will be proud to own their child of 
sorrow as the child of God." 

Report of the Agent to the Board of Trustees of Baker University: 

"Dear Brethren: About thirteen years have elapsed since this enter- 
prise was inaugurated. Within that time Kansas has been ransacked by 
bushwhackers, scourged by civil war, burned by drouth and eaten by grass- 
hoppers. During these 'troublous times' the members of this Conference 
have been organizing stations, forming circuits, building churches and par- 
sonages, and with the appliances of the Gospel following hard after the 
adventurous pioneer. Yet in all this, Baker University survives. Bold indeed 
was the spirit of our brethren, who in that early day of Kansas history, pro- 
jected this great work, and hard has been the toil on the part of its friends to 
keep it moving. The fact that it exists is one of the marvels of the times. 
Whence should come the necessary thousands on thousands in the form of 
'material aid,' and who should befriend it, steady when others faltered, 
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and the faithful fail from among the children of men.' Yet came the friends, 
and came the funds as far as have been absolutely necessary hitherto and 
Baker University yet lives! What a wonder that amidst such scenes of 
strife and war, and the hardships attendant upon pioneer life, a Faculty 
should have been even half paid, the work of building continued, a goodly 
library collected and all by the contributions of small sums. Had every 
member of our Conference exerted himself in its behalf to the extent 
of his ability, the institution had done well to hold its own. The sud- 
den and unexpected great depression in the price of gold, or rather the panic 
in the money market, that occurred in the fall of 1869, brought upon the 
country one of the hardest financial years since 1837. Could I have foreseen 
this state of things, I had been foolhardy to have undertaken this agency, 
especially upon such terms. 

"To have succeeded in any honorable way, by the sale of lots, by dona- 
tions or by loans, in raising the sum of twelve thousand dollars in building 
material and money, which has been raised within a year and a half, espe- 
cially for an enterprise in such a condition, should lead us to the conclusion 
that God intends our final success. 

"To have looked on the weather beaten, half finished walls of the new 
building, crumbling by the attrition of passing years, crying out almost for a 
human hand, either to build or demolish; and then to look on the beautiful 
structure as it now stands, would make a pleasing contrast indeed. We have 
now a spacious and commodious building about ready for occupancy, invit- 
ing the sons and daughters of our people to its pleasant halls, to receive an 
education in an institution of our own. Surely we may say with an Apostle 
on another occasion, 'having obtained help of God, we continue unto this 
day.' Our progress is thus marked by our annual reports. Two years since 
the report of the Committee on Education, adopted by the Kansas Confer- 
ence, held these words concerning Baker University: 'Seven thousand dol- 
lars have been expended on the foundation of the new building, and it is 
believed that unless the walls shall soon be completed, and the building cov- 
ered in, the work already done will be ruined by the weather, and thus 
become a total loss.' Last year the report said: 'The new building is advanc- 
ing towards completion, the third story being partly constructed, and stone 
nearly or quite sufficient for finishing the walls being on the ground.' This 
year we may report 'the new building inclosed, covered by a fine, substantial 
mansard roof, and the first story above the basement about ready for occu- 
pancy.' 

"While we devoutly thank God for the progress made, it behooves us to 
look squarely in the face what is before us. This work is but begun. In the 
language of the report of last year, 'we must have our universities and our 
academies. It will take money, time, prayer and sacrifice to build them.' 

"Appropriate words, as the following hard facts will show: 

We owe old debts, in round numbers $ 3.000.00 

On a ten-year loan 10,000.00 

On material and labor in new building 1,000.00 

Making $14,000.00 

Available Assets: 

Shares uncollected, estimated $ 6,000.00 

Baldwin City lots, besides shares 8,000.00 

Subscription notes deemed good 1,000.00 

Land in Wisconsin and Iowa 3,000.00 

Town lots in Garnett 200.00 

Town lots in Wyandotte 100.00 

Town lots in Olathe 150.00 

Total $18,450.00 

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March, 1871. The opening day of the Spring Term, 1870-71, was "mov- 
ing up" day — moving from the old building, off of the campus, to the new 
building on the campus. The particular date is not to be found in the 
records. The Faculty were Rev. Patterson McNutt, President, and Rev. 
S. S. Weatherby, Ancient Languages; Dr. J. G. Schnebley, Mathematics; 
Prof. Cole, Science; Professor Walter M. Foss, Music. A news-item from 
the President says there were 113 students on the roll for the year, and 
about 70 for the spring term. This opening day had its spirit of memory 
of the former day and expectancy for the coming day. The school assem- 
bled in the Chapel of the old building, as usual. The morning devotions 
were observed. Certain of the Faculty and students made remarks and 
bade farewell to "the old," speaking in particular of the religious experi- 
ences which had come in gracious revivals held in the room, and of the 
many hallowed associations with the past and with the room which was dear 
to all. Then the company present took the seats and tables and desks and 
books, and in a long procession marched to the new building. One story 
only of this building was completed, and the only furniture in it was what 
this company carried with them on that morning. 

March 16, 1871. Plan of endowment fund adopted by Board of Trus- 
tees. Perpetual Scholarship Certificates, valued at $100 each, to be sold, 
the holder of which shall be entitled to free tuition for one scholar, per- 
petually, in Baker University. It was provided that the holder could 
receive no benefit of the certificate when occupied by other than his own 
son, daughter, or ward, or by will. The entire principal of the Fund was 
to be perpetually invested and the income to be applied exclusively in pay- 
ment of salaries of the President and Professors. 

April, 1871. From news-letter by President Patterson McNutt: 
"Baker University has been in existence about twelve years. Founded 
in "troublous times," and being in the midst of a newly settled country, 
torn by war and border raids, it is not surprising that her growth has 
been slow. Some of her friends (?) have, at times, even pronounced her 
dying, dead; but an institution planted in faith, and nourished by prayers 
and tears, has a wonderful power of resuscitating itself, when apparently 
lifeless. Baker, in so far at least as externalities are concerned, is an ac- 
complished fact. The new college edifice, sufficiently completed to enter, 
is of native sandstone, standing four stories high, upon an eminence over- 
looking for many miles a most beautiful and romatic scenery. This, with 
the old college building, respectable enough in its day, and separate rooms 
for the library, and music department, form a classic group, of which The 
Conference may well be proud. The internal working of the college is 
probably all that could be expected with the limited accommodation here- 
tofore afforded. There have been seventy students in daily attendance 
since the opening of the Fall term; a large proportion of whom are pur- 
suing a regular classical course. An excellent religious spirit pervades 
almost the entire body of students, several of whom are preparing for 
the ministry." 

May, 1871. From news-letter by President Patterson McNutt: 
"For years the Trustees of Baker University have been in an un- 
pleasant dilemma. The new and unsettled state of the country precluded 
the idea of an immediate attempt at endowment. In the meantime, a new 
building was necessary; a full corps of competent teachers seemed also 
necessary. If a faculty such as would give character to the Institution 
were employed, it would be at the expense of means which should be used 
in^ building. If the teachers were reduced to such a number as to per- 
mit all the means to be devoted to building purposes, it would result in a 
lowering of the literary standard of the college, and a consequent loss of 
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"To pursue either course for any length of time would be suicidal to 
the interests of the University. We do not wonder, in view of these facts, 
that there has been some complaints and some dissatisfaction expressed; 
but we think a full acquaintance with all the circumstances would con- 
vince any candid person that the friends of the Institution have been 
forced, through necessity, to adopt one or the other of these plans, and 
they have managed the best they could at the time. 

"But, brethren, we believe there is a more excellent way; and, indeed, 
I think the only way out of these difficulties is to secure a permanent en- 
dowment for the University. We believe the time for this has fully come. 
A glance at our church papers will show you that there are efforts being 
made at the present time throughout almost our entire connection to endow, 
or add to the endowment of, our universities and colleges. 

"And now when our Church is working, as perhaps never before, to 
give prominence and permanence to her educational interests, shall the 
Kansas Conference alone remain indifferent? Kansas doubled and tripled 
her population within the last five years, and our membership has in- 
creased in a still greater ratio. What could not have been attempted five 
years ago may now be attempted with every hope of success. 

"The Board of Trustees, at the last annual Conference, adopted a plan 
for endowing Baker University by the sale of one-hundred-dollar perpetual 
scholarships. It was proposed that the members of the Kansas Conference 
endow a Kansas Conference chair. Forty-eight persons gave in their 
names for that purpose. We are now ready to issue their certificates and 
receive their money and notes. We wish to increase this number to one 
hundred before the annual meeting of the Board in June. 

"Brethren who have promised to take scholarships, or others intending 
to do so, will do me a favor by dropping me a line at Baldwin City." 

Sept., 1871. The execution sale of property of Baker University is a 
sorrowful story. Financial hardships seemed to reach a climax. Three 
notes amounting to $580 given by the Trustees of Baker University to 
Patterson McNutt, for service as teacher, were sold to Joseph Chamberlain, 
who brought suit in the justice of peace court of Palmyra Township, 
Douglas County, and received an execution order. This execution was 
returned September 4, 1871, showing receipts of sale amounted to $176.82. 
The justice record is not to be found, to show what property was sold, 
but tradition says that library books, clock, Bible, furniture and pianos 
were auctioneered away at trifling figures. Later the clock and Bible were 
returned, as they were by law exempt from such sale. All the furniture, 
fixtures and library were thus taken away, and an unsatisfied judgment 
still remained. Later attempts to find property to levy upon proved un- 
availing. Then a sheriff's sale, in February, 1872, of 125 lots on Baker, 
Chapel, Dearborn, Elm and Fremont Streets, valued at $20.00 each, was 
carried on at the Court House in Lawrence. But no one bid on the lots, 
and so the notes went unpaid. There is no further legal record of these 
notes. Other lawsuits for teachers' salaries were begun, but these never 
came to final settlement in the courts, or they were dismissed from the 
court. 

Nov. 23, 1871, Report of Investigating Committee: 
_ "We, the undersigned, appointed by request of the Trustees of Baker 
University, as a committee to investigate the history, business manage- 
ment, and present financial condition of that institution, and to report the 
result of our investigation to the M. E. Church of Kansas, beg leave to 
say that we met at Baldwin City on the 21st of November, 1871, and after 
a patient and thorough examination into the past history and present con- 
dition of the College, we take pleasure in making the following report: 

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Church,' and also 'Baker University,' have each been regularly incor- 
porated under the provisions of their respective Charters, which were 
granted by the Territorial Legislature, in the years 1857 and 1858. These 
Charters secure great and valuable franchises. The Educational Asso- 
ciation acquired title to six hundred (600) acres of land situated in Pal- 
myra Township, Douglas County, Kansas, upon which the College build- 
ings are located. The balance of land not needed for this purpose was 
divided up into town lots, all of which we find properly entered on the 
County Records. 

"In addition to this, forty (40) acres of land, adjacent to the above, 
were purchased of Wm. Butt, for the sum of seven hundred and fifty ($750) 
dollars. 

"A school was soon started and has been kept in operation ever since, 
at a cost of about five thousand ($5,000) dollars a year. 
"We now find property on hand as follows, viz: 

Seven Hundred (700) Lots, valued at $16,000 

New College Building, valued at 20,000 

College Park of Twenty (20) acres, valued at 3,000 

Seven (7) Lots in Garnett, Kansas, valued at 400 

Philosophical, Chemical and Mathematical Apparatus and 

Instruments 1,000 

Furniture 100 

Old College Building, with Addition incomplete, Out 

Buildings, Fences, and Eight (8) Lots 2,000 

Land in Iowa and Wisconsin 3,000 

Total valuation $45,500 

"The Liabilities of the Institution are as follows, viz: 

A Bonded Debt of $10,000 

A Floating Debt of 7,500 

Total indebtedness $17,500 

Present worth $28,000 

"In addition to the above, we find notes and obligations in the hands 
of the Trustees, representing about six thousand ($6,000) dollars, more or 
less valuable. 

"When we consider that the institution started without capital, and 
has kept a school in successful operation for twelve (12) years, at a cost 
of about five thousand ($5,000) dollars a year, and that it now has prop- 
erty (after deducting all liabilities), worth twenty-eight thousand ($28,000) 
dollars, including one of the largest and best college buildings in the west, 
nearly completed, one (1) story of which is now occupied for school 
purposes, with an attendance of seventy-five (75) pupils; and when we con- 
sider the serious embarrassments that attend the early history of all Edu- 
cational Institutions, and especially the trials through which the people 
of our own young State have passed, candor constrains us to confess that 
a great work has been accomplished through "Baker University," and 
while, perhaps, some mistakes may have been made in the Business Man- 
agement of the Institution, we are entirely satisfied that everything has 
been done as honestly and successfully as could have been expected under 
the circumstances. 

"In closing our report we would commend the Institution, with all its 
interests, to every member and friend of the Church in the Conference; 
it needs and is in every way worthy of your sympathy, your prayers, and 
your hearty support. 

"Respectfully submitted, 

"Wm. Fairchild, Leavenworth, Kan. 
"G. W. Hume, Lawrence, Kan. 
"Geo. C. Wilder, Manhattan, Kan. 
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April 6, 1872. At the request of the Trustees of B. U., "The Ladies' 
Endowment Society of Baldwin City," was organized. In 1874, it changed 
the name to "Ladies' Endowment Society of Baker University," and in 
1888 to "Woman's Endowment Society of Baker University." The object 
of the Society was to "raise funds for the purpose of endowing a lady 
professor's chair in Baker University." The sum aimed at, $10,000, in- 
dicates how hopeful the women were. They contemplated forming auxil- 
iary societies throughout the State. A financial beginning was made by the 
payment of membership dues. It was customary for the Society to meet 
at the residence of some member, who should furnish plain refreshments, for 
which those who partook paid into the treasury the sum of ten cents. 
This humble method, along with occasional ice cream festivals and oyster 
suppers, helped to increase the funds, which were also augmented by the 
proceeds of lectures and entertainments. The Society received one large 
gift to the amount of $100, and the donation of several lots in Baldwin City. 
At first the meetings of the Society were one a month. They dwindled 
down to one a year, and in June, 1878, ceased, not to be resumed till June, 
1887. The Ladies' Sewing Society, nobly devoted to the interests of the 
local church as well as the University, absorbed all the energies of the 
ladies. The first officers were: President, Mrs. E. Sells; Vice-President, 
Mrs. V. M. King; Treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Henderson; Secretary; Mrs. S. S. 
Weatherby; Corresponding Treasurer, Miss M. M. Harford. Succeeding 
Presidents were Mrs. S. Keifer, Mrs. S. S. Weatherby, Mrs. H. A. Gobin, 
Miss M. E. Cowgill, Mrs. M. I. Crosby, Mrs. W. A. Quayle, Mrs. James 
Murray, Mrs. J. W. Sleeper, Mrs. L. H. Murlin. 

June, 1872. Annual report of the Agent of Baker University: 

Assets: 

600 lots in Baldwin City $12,000 

New College Building 20,000 

Park (Campus) 3,000 

Lands in Wisconsin 1,800 

Old College Buildings and Grounds 2,000 

Total $38,800 

Present Indebtedness: 

Bonded debt and interest $10,776 

To pay, borrowed money 800 

Floating Debt 5,364 

Debt to Faculty 900 

Total $17,840 

Assets above Liabilities $20,960 

March, 1872. Report of the Kansas Conference Committee on Educa- 
tion: 

"Baker University, born in adversity, reared in poverty, has ever, as 
the large number of converts among its students will show, clung to the 
glorious old motto, "The best of all is, God is with us." We are pained to learn 
of the financial embarrassments that have gathered around this, our Baker 
University, and sincerely hope that the measures already adopted, v/ith 
those we recommend, will lift the institution out of all such embarrass- 
ment. It is our Methodist college in Kansas, and we feel that it must suc- 
ceed, or we dishonor Methodism in the entire State. We feel that it is most 
fortunate for us at this juncture that the Lay Conference meets with us. 
Some of us have believed that the Lay members of our church were not 
enough interested in Baker University. We are glad that our Lay breth- 
ren are here to hear what may be said, and to lend a helping hand in this 

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our time of need. May God bless them and give them large hearts and 
large purses to help us abundantly." 

The Laymen in their session gave hearty approval of all the plans for 
the welfare of Baker University and the pastors were requested to present 
the needs of the University in the respective congregations at an early 
day. 

In the Annual Conference, pending the motion to approve the com- 
mittee's report, the action of the Lay Conference was read, and on motion, 
each pastor was requested to pledge himself to make an effort to raise 
one dollar per member on his charge and report in sixty days. The roll 
was called, and almost every preacher promised to do what he could. Added 
to this, a subscription was started in the open session of the Conference, 
many ministers giving $100 each, while in the Lay Conference $2,020 was 
secured. By September the subscription totaled $11,025, of this amount 
Baldwin City contributing $2,300. 

July 23, 1872. From President of the Board of Trustees: 

"Brethren of Kansas Conference: Shall Baker University die? Do 
you wish to see all we have done, lost, so far as building up an institution 
for the future is concerned? Do you wish to see the valuable property 
we have in Baldwin City, sold under the hammer to pay our debts? After 
all that has been done, shall we suffer the disgrace of going into 
bankruptcy? 

"I wish to say in all plainness, we have now reached the fearful crisis. 
On Thursday, August the 15th, the trustees are to meet at the Topeka 
camp meeting. The great question will then be submitted. 'Shall we at- 
tempt to run the Institution any longer, or shall we go into bankruptcy at 
once?'. 

"As to the decision that will then and there be made, the responsibility 
rests upon the preachers of the conference, rather than upon the trustees. 
You placed us here to do certain things, and to secure certain interests. 
To do these things and to secure these interests we must have means. 
At the last conference, thousands of dollars were pledged by the preachers, 
besides some two thousands by the laymen. But out of all these sub- 
scriptions we have not received enough to pay the interest on the bonded 
debt which became due July 1, to say nothing of the interest that was 
past due at the conference time, and on account of which three of your 
brethren are greatly suffering. 

"While the agent was in New York, he secured subscriptions to the 
amount of $1,500 conditioned upon the entire amount of the bonded in- 
debtedness being secured. Since the last meeting of the trustees, $2,300 
has been subscribed in Baldwin City on the same condition. That is doing 
well for this community. Besides, the citizens of Baldwin will do nobly 
toward the support of the Faculty. 

"At the coming meeting of the trustees, we must be able to report 
favorably as to the support of the Faculty, and of meeting our liabilities, 
or the school must be closed, and we as a Church suffer the terrible dis- 
grace of seeing Baker University go into bankruptcy." 

Sept. 4, 1872. From the Agent of the University: 

"The meeting of the Board of Trustees, August 15th, assured the life 
of the 'University.' It must live. A Committee was appointed to send out 
circulars containing the names and amounts subscribed, that you may know 
that we have reached a point where the subscriptions and pledges are 
payable." 

Sept., 1872. From Annual Report of the State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction: Value of property of Baker University: Site, $3,000; other 
lands, $19,400; buildings, $22,000; library, $1,000; total $45,400. 



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March, 1873. Action taken by Kansas Conference: 
"Resolved, That a commission consisting of six ministers and laymen 
be appointed by the Bishop, who shall inquire into the legal status and 
financial condition of Baker University, and if by them thought best, and 
possible, to re-establish Baker University at Baldwin City; but if it is found 
that it is fatally involved, the commission shall have authority to receive 
propositions for the re-location of Baker University or the establishment 
of a new Methodist University when they have secured assistance to the 
amount of one hundred thousand dollars, one-half of which shall be ex- 
pended in the purchase of grounds and the erection of a college building, 
and the other to be used as the commencement of an endowment fund. 

"Commissioners appointed: Rev. S. P. Jacobs, Rev. J. J. Thompson, 
Rev. S. Holman, Rev. G. W. Pye, Rev. A. H. Walter, Rev. M. N. Powers, 
Charles L. Burtis, A. H. Foote (P. O. Lawrence), A. Stutson, H. C. Allen, 
J. J. Wright, (P. O. Emporia), J. C. Fraker. 

March 29, 1873. Members of The Kansas Educational Association met 
to revive the inactive work of its organization which, following the interval 
of some years, had been transacted by the officers of the Board of Trustees. 

April 2, 1873. This day was probably the "low tide." This spring term 
opened with 35 or 40 students and one teacher, Professor S. S. Weatherby. 
The most of the students claimed to be in attendance by virtue of scholar- 
ships, which yielded no revenue. As there was no likelihood of salary, 
Professor Weatherby handed in his resignation on April 3. Under the 
persuasion of Reverend J. Boynton, the president of the Board of Trustees, 
and on the pledge of some of the people of Baldwin to aid in part, Professor 
Weatherby withdrew his resignation and consented to try to complete the 
college year. In the few hours of waiting while arrangements were being 
made to continue the school, a student wrote on the blackboard of the 
president's recitation room, "Baker University is dead." To assist in giving 
the varied instruction needful to meet the conditions of the student en- 
rollment, Dr. J. G. Schnebley, Mr. A. A. B. Cavaness and Miss Myra Deming 
offered their services, receiving very meager compensation. 

May 6, 1873. Report of Commission: 

"The 'Commission' appointed at the last session of the Kansas Annual 
Conference, met in Baldwin City, Tuesday, May 6, 1873, at 2 P. M. After 
devotional exercises S. P. Jacobs was elected Chairman, G. W. Pye, Secre- 
tary. The Commission entered upon the work of investigation, pursuing 
the order as presented in the resolution of the Conference, reaching the 
following conclusions: 

"First. 'Legal status:' 

"Resolved, That from all the evidence afforded us on the subject we 
are thoroughly satisfied that 'The Kansas Educational Association of the M. 
Church, incorporated by act of the Kansas Territorial Legislature, Feb. 3, 
1858,' is the sole proprietor of (except some endowment fund) all property 
occupied in the interest of, and for the use of Baker University at Baldwin 
City, Kansas. That all legal rights vest in the Kansas Educational Association 
of the M. E. Church, and the present property of this Association can be 
held for no other purpose than for the promotion of the educational in- 
terests of the M. E. Church as represented in Baker University. 

"Second. 'Financial condition:' 

"Resolved, That after a careful investigation we find the liabilities of 
Baker University to be near or quite $16,500, and we recommend that the 
Kansas Educational Association assist in the payment of the debts of this 
institution as rapidly as possible. 

"Third. 'Removal:' 

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"Resolved, That we are of the opinion that the charter of Baker Uni- 
versity prohibits the removal of the institution. 

"In view of the above, the following resolutions were adopted: 

"1. Resolved, That the school ought to be continued for the coming 
year without incurring further indebtedness. 

"2. That after investigating the history and condition of Baker Uni- 
versity, we believe it ought to be supported and made a permanent success, 
and an honor to Methodism by the generous sympathy and confidence of 
the people of Kansas. 

"3. That a committee of this Commission be appointed to prepare for 
publication (after presentation to, and approval by this Commission) a full 
report upon the status and condition of Baker University in all respects. 

"4. That the Secretary furnish the foregoing resolutions for publica- 
tion in the CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 

"5. That we adjourn to meet, (about the time of Commencement) on 
the call of the chairman. 

"Geo. W. Pye, Secretary." 

The full report of the Commission was prepared by A. H. Foote, Rev. 
S. P. Jacobs, and Rev. A. H. Walter. A copy of it may be found in the 
Kansas Conference Minutes of 1875. The time and care taken in making 
the investigation seemed commensurate with the seriousness of the con- 
ditions surrounding the institution — the date of the report is June 1 to 
December 10, 1873. In this report covering thirteen pages of printed mat- 
ter, the history of the college from its inception is gone into with minute- 
ness, and certain phases of its work are discussed, criticised, or commended, 
as they deemed the conditions called for. This report is an important 
document in the history of the college. 

They first report on the legal status of Baker University and The 
Kansas Educational Association. All of the substance of this is shown in 
the charters of these two corporations. The result of their deliberations 
in this feature of their work was that, without further legislative authority, 
there was no power to remove Baker University from Baldwin City. 

They go into a careful and thorough discussion of the financial con- 
ditions of the college; they find it in an embarrassing condition, and this 
had led to severe criticism of the college management. They speak approv- 
ingly of the careful bookkeeping which had characterized the work of Wil- 
liam H. Scholfield, the financial agent, and in a measure excuse prior lack 
of such system. They say an examination of the books show that from 
the beginning of the school to the close of March, 1873, the aggregate re- 
ceipts and disbursements were about $70,500. At the time of making the 
report the liabilities were said to be about $17,000. Of this $10,000 were 
represented by bonds issued July 1, 1870 and due July 1, 1880; and the re- 
maining $7,000 was for miscellaneous claims which were being pressed for 
payment, and which was causing great embarrassment. To account for the 
way these liabilities had arisen the Commission give a lengthy statement 
of the condition of the Territory and State, the drouth, the grasshoppers 
and other calamities, which had made it practically impossible for such an 
institution to pay its running expenses. 

Then, in order to maintain the prestige of the institution a new build- 
ing had been thought essential, and under the circumstances the manage- 
ment is excused for starting this without ample provision for its payment. 
The relation of Baker University to The Kansas Educational Association 
is discussed, the litigation over the indebtedness is referred to, and then 
the Commission devote much space in reciting matters connected with the 
management of said Association, and criticise the same somewhat severely, 
advising also the expunging of the "mutual benefit" clause from the second 
article of the Constitution of the Educational Association. 



ANNALS 

The Commission closes its report with some general statements ap- 
preciative of denominational colleges, of the continued maintainance of 
Baker, of the uselessness of further talk concerning its removal from Bald- 
win City, and some dozen or more specific recommendations concerning 
Baker and the Association. 

June 18, 1873. At the exercises on Commencement Day a cane was 
presented to Rev. W. R. Davis, a tribute for his devotion to Baker Uni- 
versity. On the gold head was inscribed, "Presented to W. R. Davis, D. D.. 
by the students of Baker University, June, 1873." 

June, 1873. Catalogue for this year shows a four-year classical course 
in College, preceded by a two-year course in the Preparatory Department. 
Also a Scientific Course of one year in the Preparatory Department fol- 
lowed by three years in college work. All the studies are arranged as 
prescribed. 

June 20, 1873. From communication by the President of Board of 
Trustees: 

"Baker University has just closed its Fifteenth Annual Commencement 
Exercises. Three more are now added to the Alumni of this institution, 
which has already done so much for education and religion in this young 
and prosperous commonwealth. 

"The following questions are now definitely settled: 1. That the 
University must remain at Baldwin City. 2. That the school must con- 
tinue in operation. 3. That no more indebtedness shall be incurred. 4. 
That all debts outstanding shall be paid as fast as possible. 

"It must be apparent to all, that in order to pay our debts we must 
continue the school. And yet it would be more than hazardous, it would 
be disastrous, to continue the school by increasing the indebtedness. This 
must not and shall not be done. 

"Then, in order to run the school and save the University to the Church, 
we must in some way pay our expenses as we go. In order to be able to 
do this, the Board have decided to make a vigorous effort to secure, by 
subscription, the tuition of a sufficient number of students in advance to 
secure the salaries of the teachers. The tuition thus subscribed is to be 
paid in three equal installments, corresponding with the commencement 
of each of the three terms. The tuition will not be less than $6, nor more 
than $8, per term; making in the preparatory $18, and in the college classes 
$24 per year. This is a small amount, and being paid in three installments, 
makes it easy for all, and still this arrangement will enable the Board to 
pay the Faculty in advance each month. This plan was introduced on the 
18th of June. The people thus far have responded nobly. If the pre- 
siding elders will co-operate with us heartily, we can commence the next 
term with one hundred and fifty students. Will they do it? The people 
are ready to take hold of the work if the subject is properly presented to 
them. 

"I am now prepared to state a fact that of itself should move every 
Methodist heart in Kansas, and cause all to do the full extent of their 
ability to sustain and build up this University. Since the close of the last 
term the Executive Board have been able to secure the services of Prof. 
Weatherby, Prof. M. V. B. Knox and Mrs. Prof. Knox, and they make 
the following, more than magnanimous, offer, viz: Each one proposes to 
donate the one-half of the salary for the ensuing year. Prof. Weatherby 
has been here for three years at a great sacrifice. He now has two or three 
different offers at $1,200 each, but he proposes to remain at Baker with a 
salary of $1,200, and donate one-half of it out and out, thus serving us for 
$600 actual pay. Prof. Knox, with a salary of $1,000, proposes to donate 
one-half of it. Mrs. Knox, with a salary of $800, donates one-half of that 



ANNALS 

amount. There are parties ready to take the chair in mathematics at a 
salary of $1,000, and donate one-half of it. These salaries are no more 
than they are offered elsewhere, and none of these persons are wealthy, 
but on the contrary, they are obliged to labor for a livelihood. And yet 
these four teachers give us for the coming year $2,000! If they are ready 
thus to make sacrifices for us, ought not we, as Methodists, each of us to 
subscribe the tuition fee of at least one student, and pay something besides 
toward the payment of our indebtedness? In addition to the above offer, 
Mrs. Knox pays for printing catalogues $40, thinking that the circulation 
of the catalogues will benefit the school more than to pay the tuition of 
two students. When one-half of the Methodists of Kansas manifest a dis- 
position to aid the enterprise as these teachers are doing, Baker will be 
made a grand success. Indeed, it will not require, in the way of sacrifice 
and offering, anything like what these teachers are doing. One dollar per 
member will more than pay our indebtedness, and the tuition of one hun- 
dred students will pay the running expenses for the ensuing year. Breth- 
ren, let us do this, and then we can soon secure an endowment." 



I. TRUSTEES OF BAKER UNIVERSITY 



Name 
*Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis 

*Rev. Ira Blackford 

*Rev. Charles Hazelton Lovejoy 

*Walter Oakley, A. B. 

*Rev. Nathan Taylor 

*Rev. Homer H. Moore, D. D. 

# Rev. James Shaw 

*Rev. Curtis Graham 

*Rev. William Butt 

*George Harrison Weaver 

*Darius Frankenberger 

*Moses Lucas Thompson 

*Patric Orr 

*Hamilton Perry Johnson 

*Rev. Silas Green 

"Moses Akers 

*Rev. Werter Renick Davis, D. D. 

# Rev. Thomas Johnson Ferril 

*Rev. Mark Robertson 
*Rev. Strange Brooks 

*Rev. Hugh Dunn Fisher, D. D. 

*Rev. George Washington Paddock 

Rev. Thomas Asbury Parker, 
A. B., D. D. 

*Rev. Sheldon Parker 



By Whom Appointed Term 
Charter 1858-65 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-62 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-63 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-60 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Charter 1858-59 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-72 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-60 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-62 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-62 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 1859-61 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 
Board of Trustees 
Kans.-Neb. Conference 1859-63 
Kans.-Neb. Conference 1860-64 

Kans.-Neb. Conference 1860-64 
Kansas Conference 1861-66 

Kansas Conference 1861-75 

Kansas Conference 1861-68 



Date of Death and Place 
of Burial; or Place of 
Residence, if Living 
Knoxville, 111. 
April 2, 1890. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 
July 5, 1888. 
Vinland, Kans. 
Dec. 3. 1904. 
Topeka, Kans. 
Feb. 1, 1900. 
Pleasant Hill, La. 
July 11, 1895. 
Sinclairville, N. Y. 
April 29, 1912. 
Atchison, Kans. 
Sept. 22, 1900. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1906. 

Tillamook, Ore. 
July 14, 1906. 
Leavenworth, Kans. 
Nov. 14, 1882. 
Garnett, Kans. 
Nov. 16, 1867. 
Edwardsville, Kans. 
Aug. 6, 1905. 
Died at Easton, 
June 6, 1862. 
Leavenworth, Kans. 
Sept. 17, 1861. 



Lawrence, Kans. 
Dec. 13, 1885. 
Baldwin City, Kans. 
June 22, 1893. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Jan. 29, 1906. 

Grand Junction, Colo. 
Dec. 19, 1913. 
Topeka, Kans. 
Oct. 3, 1905. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Jan. 5, 1908. 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



'Samuel Keifer 

*Rev. John W. Stewart 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
* This sign, wherever found in the volume, means "Deceased." 

xxxiv 



1861-68 Danville, 111. 
1861-65 Elk City, Kans. 

Nov. 18, 1880. 
1862-66 Baldwin City, Kans. 

May 1, 1879. 
1862-64 



TRUSTEES 



Name 
*Sanval Nickles Walker 

*Rev. William George Piper 

*John Wesley Day 

*Rev. Richard Peach Duvall 

*Henry Barricklow 

"Rev. Charles Steuckeman 

*John Hampton Watson 

*Rev. Daniel Patrick Mitchell 

D. D. 
*James Ward Frame 

*Rev. Nathan Taylor 

f REV. Leonard Leidy Hartman, 
A. M. 

*Rev. James Shaw 

f REV. Joseph Denison, A. B., D. D. 

*Dennis Willey 

"John Wesley Horner 

*George Catlin Snow 

^James Fitton 

'Rev. George Sullivan Dearborn, 
D. D. 

H. D. MacCay 
'Elisha Olcott 

*Henry Ewing Cowgill, M. D. 

*Rev. Charles Edwin Lewis 

*Rev. Robert Latimore Harford, 
D. D. 

*Rev. Elial Jay Rice, A. B., A. M. 

^William Fairchild 

*Ezekial Ballard Good 

*Rev. Werter Renick Davis, D. D. 







Date of Death and Place 






of Burial; or Place of 


By Whom Appointed 


Term 


Residence, if Living 


Kansas Conference 


1862-66 


Baldwin City, Kans. 
April 21, 1903. 


Kansas Conference 


1862-66 


Baldwin City, Kans. 
May 15, 1869. 


Kansas Conference 


1862-63 


Oskaloosa, Kans. 
June 7, 1905. 


Kansas Conference 


1863-67 


Chapel, Ohio. 
Feb. 7, 1874. 


Kansas Conference 


1863-67 


Baldwin City, Kans. 
Aug. 10, 1872. 


Kansas Conference 


1863-65 


Pittsfield, 111. 
Dec. 11, 1882. 


Kansas Conference 


1863-67 


Emporia, Kans. 
Aug. 16, 1883. 


Kansas Conference 


1864-72 


Emporia, Kans. 
Aug. 24, 1881. 


Kansas Conference 


1864-66 


Baldwin City, Kans. 
June 6, 1867. 


Kansas Conference 


1864-68 


Pleasant Hill, La. 
July 11, 1895. 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



1865-69 Shintown, Pa. 

March 2, 1909. 
1865-67 Atchison, Kans. 

Sept. 22, 1900. 
1865-68 Manhattan, Kans. 

Feb. 19, 1900. 
1866-71 Sedgwick, Kans. 

Oct. 4, 1871. 
1866-67 Osawatomie, Kans. 

Aug. 16, 1874. 
1866-70 Neosho Falls, Kans. 

March 12, 1888. 
1866-67 Lawrence, Kans. 

Dec. 7, 1867. 



1866-69 


Lawrence, Kans. - 




Sept. 25, 1903. 


1867-69 




1867-71 


Lyndon, Kans. 




July 2, 1878. 


1867-71 


Baldwin City, Kans. 




Oct. 22, 1892. 


1867-75 


Indianapolis, Ind. 




June 5, 1893. 


1868-73 


Petaluma, Calif. 




June 2, 1883. 


1868-69 


Trinidad, Colo. 




April 7, 1872. 


1868-74 


Leavenworth, Kans. 




Oct. 2, 1898. 


1868-70 


Lawrence, Kans. 




July 13, 1906. 


1868-94 


Baldwin City, Kans, 




June 22, 1893. 



XXXV 



TRUSTEES 



Name 
♦Elijah Sells 

'Rev. J. B. Orwig 
'Rev. John Paulson 

'Rev. Jesse Brockway 

'Asa Darnall 
♦Charles E. Adams 

'Rev. Thomas Franklin Houts 

Lucien P. Bacon 
'samuel keifer 

Rev. Cyrus Robert Rice 

Rev. William Kennedy Marshall, 

D. D. 
Samuel Adams 
^William Plasket 

Rev. James Elijah Bryan 
'Rev. Pearce Taylor Rhodes 

♦Rev. Alfred Kennard Johnson, 
D. D. 



By Whom Appointed Term 

Kansas Conference 1869-71 

Kansas Conference 1869-78 

Kansas Conference 1869-71 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



'Rev. Jeremy Boynton 

'Rev. Wesley Lattin 

'Edwin Wilber Cunningham, A. B. Kansas Conference 

'Isaac Henry Clay Royse, LL. B. Kansas Conference 



*Reuben Davis Coldren 

A. Mead 

Rev. Sylvester Wilder Lloyd 
•Rev. Charles Julius Lovejoy 

•Benjamin H. Kistler 

*Rev. James Lawrence 

*James Preserved Burtis 
*Rev. Joseph Osman Roberts 

*John S. Byers 

*Rev. John Davidson Knox 

*Fitch Reed 

# Rev. Lemuel Morris Hancock 



Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 



Date of Death and Place 
of Burial; or Place of 
Residence, if Living 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 
March 13, 1897. 



Kansas Conference 1869-70 



Fort Scott, Kans. 
March 4, 1898. 
Burlingame, Kans. 
March 17, 1881. 
Baldwin City, Kans. 
Oakland, Calif. 
1909. 
1870-73 Salem, 111. 

Oct. 26, 1902. 



1870-72 
1870-72 



1870-72 
1870-74 



Kansas Conference 1870-75 



Baldwin City, Kans. 
May 1, 1879. 
Hiawatha, Kans. 



1870-75 
1871-72 
1871-85 Baldwin City, Kans. 

Nov. 26, 1907. 
1871-75 
1871-85 Attica, Ind. 

March 17, 1907. 



1872-84 

1872-76 

1872-76 

1872-76 

1872-74 

1872-74 

1872-74 
1872-77 
1872-74 

1872-74 

1872-76 

1873-74 

1873-77 

1874-76 
1874-93 
1874-78 
1874-77 



Bakersfield, Calif. 
March 29, 1899. 
Stanton, Mich. 
Sept. 22, 1883. 
Rich Hill, Mo. 
June 11, 1906. 
Emporia, Kans. 
Aug. 16, 1905. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 
April 30, 1909. 
Topeka, Kans. 
April 1, 1891. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Conconully, Wash. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 
Topeka, Kans. 
Dec. 24, 1908. 
Lawrence, Kans. 
Nov. 13, 1916. 

Oskaloosa, Kans. 
Aug. 2, 1902. 
Denton, Kans. 
Aug. 30, 1893. 
Topeka, Kans. 
Jan. 11, 1912. 
Lawrence, Kans. 
Jan. 10, 1897. 
San Jose, Calif. 
Feb. 19, 1883. 



xxxvi 



TRUSTEES 



Name 
Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby, 

A. B., A. M. 
♦Rev. James T. Hanna, D. D. 

*Isaac Tichenor Goodnow, 
A. M., Ph. D. 

'James Mulloy Cavaness, 

A. B., A. M. 
Timothy Bailey Sweet 



By Whom Appointed Term 



Date of Death and Plaee 

of Burial; or Place of 

Residence, if Living 



South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 



South Kansas Conf. 



South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 



'Rev. Joseph Denison, A. B., D. D. Kansas Conference 
Rev. Henry William Reed, D. D. Kansas Conference 



'Rev. John M. Sullivan 

'William David Rippey 

Homer Clark Mechem 
'William Henry Conover 

'William Barnett Smith 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 



South Kansas Conf. 



'Rev. Robert Alexander Caruthers Kansas Conference 
Rev. Richard Wake . Kansas Conference 

'Rev. William Smith, A. B., D. D. Kansas Conference 



'WlLLIAM WELLHOUSE 

Rev. James G. Eckels 
Rev. Bernard Kelly, D. D. 
'Rev. Samuel Evans Pendleton, 
D. D. 

Rev. James M. Davidson 
Rev. William Henry Sweet, 

D. D. 
'Alexander Soule Johnson 



Kansas Conference 



South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 



South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



Rev. Herbert Winthrop Chaffee South Kansas Conf. 



*S. O. GOODLANDER 

Rev. David T. Summerville 

*WlLLlAM FAIRCHILD 

John Calvin Carpenter 
*Lewis N. Stacher 

•Henry Harrison Taylor 

*Rev. George Sullivan Dearborn, 
D. D. 



South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 



Kansas Conference 



1874-82 Lawrence, Kans. 
1874-84 McPherson, Kans. 
April 12, 1918. 

1874-94 Manhattan, Kans. 
March 20, 1894. 



1875-83 


Chanute, Kans. 


1875-91 


Topeka, Kans. 


1875-00 


Manhattan, Kans. 




Feb. 19, 1900. 


1876-88 


Baldwin City, Kans. 




Aug. 26, 1889. 


1876-00 


Baldwin City, Kans. 




July 14, 1900. 


1876-78 


Highland, Kans. 




March 2, 1915. 


1876-91 


Fort Smith, Ark. 


1876-86 


Virginia, 111. 




Jan. 7, 1897. 


1876-77 


Wichita, Kans. 




May 28, 1912. 


1877-81 


Bristow, Kans. 




May 27, 1889. 


1877-81 


Los Angeles, Calif. 




Feb. 9, 1915. 


1877-81 


Detroit, Mich. 




Nov. 10, 1889. 


1877-81 


Topeka, Kans. 




Feb. 1, 1888. 


1877-78 




1877-83 


Topeka, Kans. 



1877- 



1878- 



Baldwin City, Kans. 
July 12, 1904. 



1878-S2 Salina, Kans. 
1878-82 Topeka, Kans. 

Dec. 9, 1904. 
1879-15 Ottawa, Kans. 
1879-83 Fort Scott, Kans. 

Feb. 24, 1867. 
1879-87 Portland, Ore. 
1879-98 Leavenworth, Kans. 

Oct. 2, 1898. 
1880-84 Chanute, Kans. 
1881-99 Ottawa, Kans. 

Jan. 20, 1910. 
1881-89 Clay Center, Kans. 

May 3, 1909. 

1881-03 Lawrence, Kans. 
Sept. 25, 1903. 



XXXV11 



TRUSTEES 



Name 

*Eugene Wallace VanDeventer, 
D. D. 

"Lewis William Breyfogle 

Rev. Hibbird Austin Tucker, 
D. D. 
*Joseph Strickler Hollinger 

Nelson Case, LL. D. 
William Thomas Yoe 
*Rev. Alfred Thomas Burris 

*Hermann Henry Sudendorf 

*Rev. Pleasant P. Wesley 

*Rev. John Hughes Lockwood, 
D. D. 

*John Newton Ritter, LL. B. 

*Rev. Edmond Cady Boaz 

Don Carlos Newcomb 
*Rev. James Lawrence 

*John Calvin Postlethwaite 

Gasner G. Wharton 
*Rev. John Henry Price, 

b. s„ b. d. 

*Rev. James T. Hanna, D. D. 

*Rev. Pearce Taylor Rhodes 

*Robert Newton Allen, 
A. B., A. M. 

*Rev. Adoniram Judson Coe 

T. C. Miller 
*Rev. James Marvin, D. D., LL. D. 

*William Herr Stout 

Rev. Bernard Kelly, D. D. 
Rev. Hugh McBirney, D. D. 
William Leonard 
Charles Wesley DeWolf 
*Rev. Samuel Soule Murphy, 
A. B., D. D. 

•Leigh Richmond Elliott 



By Whom Appointed 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 
S.-W. Kans. Conf. 

S.-W. Kans. Conf. 

S.-W. Kans. Conf. 

N.-W. Kans. Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

N.-W. Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

S.-W. Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 



Date of Death and Place 
of Burial; or Place of 
Term Residence, if Living 

1882-84 Reno, Nev. 

Aug. 80, 1910. 
1882-94 Lenexa, Kans. 

April 1, 1907. 

1882-86 Wauchula, Fla. 
1883-99 Rhinehart, Kans. 

June 10, 1900. 
1883- Oswego, Kans. 
1883-87 Independence, Kans. 
1883-87 Olathe, Kans. 

Aug. 4, 1895. 
1883-87 Leavenworth, Kans. 

April 3, 1913. 
1883-84 Great Bend, Kans. 

Sept. 22, 1884. 

1888-87 Pasadena, Calif. 

Feb. 6, 1916. 
1884-88 South Bend, Ind. 

Feb. 8, 1896. 
1884-92 McMinnville, Tenn. 

March 3, 1914. 
1884-89 Atchison, Kans. 
1884-00 Lawrence, Kans. 

Nov. 13, 1916. 
1884-88 Jewell City, Kans. 

Nov. 26, 1910. 
1885-88 Los Angeles, Calif. 

1885-12 Baldwin City, Kans. 

March 21, 1912. 
1885-93 McPherson, Kans. 

April 12, 1913. 
1886-00 Attica, Ind. 

March 17, 1907. 



1886-14 


Chanute, Kans. 




Sept. 12, 1914. 


1886-02 


Wichita Falls, Tex. 




Oct. 19, 1912. 


1886-87 




1887-94 


Lawrence, Kans. 




July 9, 1901. 


1887-91 


Fort Scott, Kans. 




Jan. 24, 1908. 


1887-95 


Topeka, Kans. 


1887-05 


Tulsa, Okla. 


1887-93 


Wichita, Kans. 


1888-89 


Garnett, Kans. 


1888-16 


Baldwin City, Kans. 




Nov. 8, 1916. 


1888-99 


Manhattan, Kans. 




May 27, 1899. 



XXXV111 



TRUSTEES 



Name 
*David Stewart Elliott 

Rev. John Asbury Motter, A. M. 
James Wales Marshall 
Charles Mortimer Sheldon 
*Rev. Edward Gill 

•Rev. Henry Davenbaux Rice 

•Edwin Wilber Cunningham, A. B. 

William Thomas Yoe 
Rev. John Wesley Stewart, 
A. B., D. D. 
'Joseph John Peasley 

*Rev. Samuel Evans Pendleton, 
D.D. 

*Rev. Henry Joseph Coker, D. D. 

•William Good Hoover 

*William David Rippey 

*Rev. James Watkins Alderman, 
D.D. 

*Rev. Oliver Mills Stewart, D. D. 

•Thomas Jefferson Watson, M. D. 

Rev. Josephus Collins 
•Rev. Eli Harrison Brumbaugh, 
M. D., D. D. 

Rev. Levi Kirke Billingsley 
•Leonard V. McKee 

Rev. Edwin Mortimer Randall, 
Jr., D. D. 
•Ripley Warren Sparr 

•Rev. William Henry Underwood 

Rev. Robert Ekin McBride, A. B. 
Rev. William Alfred Quayle, 

D. D., LL.D. 
Rev. Sebern S. Martin, 

A. B., D. D. 
Rev. Frederick Beman Price, 

A. B., Ph. D. 
Albert Loring Coleman 
James E. Hair 
Rev. Samuel Judson Heaton, 

Ph. D. 
Henry Justin Allen, A. M. 



By Whom Appointed 
South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 
South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 



Date of Death and Place 
of Burial; or Place of 
Term Residence, if Living 

1889-91 Coffeyville, Kans. 

Feb. 28, 1899. 
1889- Kansas City, Kans. 
1889-93 Maxwell, Calif. 
1889-93 Joplin, Mo. 
1890-00 Manhattan, Kans. 

Feb. 17, 1905. 
1890-94 Topeka, Kans. 

Oct. 22, 1902. 
1890-05 Emporia, Kans. 

Aug. 16, 1905. 
1891-11 Independence, Kans. 

1891-99 Anderson, Mo. 
1891-92 Fort Scott, Kans. 
July 29, 1915. 

1891-95 Baldwin City, Kans. 

July 12, 1904. 
1892-12 Emporia, Kans. 

March 27, 1917. 
1892-06 Chetopa, Kans. 

June 22, 1906. 
1893-95 Highland, Kans. 

March 2, 1915. 



Kansas Conference 


1893-99 


Kansas City, Kans, 
July 10, 1912. 


Kansas Conference 


1893-96 


Kansas City, Mo. 
March 7, 1915. 


Kansas Conference 


1893-95 


Independence, Mo. 
Jan. 16, 1906. 


Kansas Conference 


1894-95 


Kingfisher, Okla. 


Kansas Conference 


1894-98 


Agency, Iowa. 
Jan. 19, 1902. 


Kansas Conference 


1894-00 


Oakland, Iowa. 


Kansas Conference 


1894-10 


Frankfort, Kans. 
Dec. 22, 1916. 


Kansas Conference 


1895-96 


Seattle, Wash. 


Kansas Conference 


1895-02 


Lawrence, Kans. 
Aug. 23, 1902. 


Kansas Conference 


1895-11 


Clay Center, Kans. 
Sept. 27, 1911. 


Kansas Conference 


1895-99 


Topeka, Kans. 



Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 
South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 
South Kansas Conf. 



1895-99 St. Louis, Mo. 

1895-05 Dodge City, Kans. 

1896-01 Allahabad, India. 

1897-01 Los Angeles, Calif. 

1898-03 Grant's Pass, Ore. 

1899-15 Kansas City, Kans. 

1899-13 Wichita, Kans. 



TRUSTEES 



Namb 
Rev. Alexander Rose Maclean 
Rev. Cyrus Silvester Nusbaum, 

D. D. 
John Plantz Davis 
James Monroe Miller, A. M. 
'William David Rippey 

Rev. John Richard Madison, 

D. D. 
Claudius DeMont Walker, LL. B. 
Rev. Charles Thomas Durboraw, 

A. B., D. D. 
Rev. Edward Combie Smith, D. D. 
joab mulvane 
Ezekiel Barnes 
Alfred Barnes Seelye, M. D. 
Rev. Benjamin F. Crissman 
Rev. Sedwick Alonzo Bright, 

D. D. 
•William Brown Swan, 

A. B., M. D. 

Joseph Luther Taylor, 

A. B., LL. B. 
William E. O'Kane, A. B. 
John Stuart Simmons, 

A. B., A. M. 
John Park Slaughter 
Rev. Edwin Locke, A. B., D. D. 
Rev. Matthew Simpson Hughes, 

D. D. 
Rev. Irvin Brown Pulliam, D. D. 
•Rev. John Scott Ford, D. D. 

John Preston Clark 
Edward Wallis Hoch 
George Edward Nicholson 

Philip Pitt Campbell, 

A. B. ( A. M. 
•Rev. William Copeland Evans, 

D. D. 



By Whom Appointed 
South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 



South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
South Kansas Conf. 



Samuel McRoberts, 

A. B., A. M.,LL. B. 
John Boone DeGarmo 
Samuel Brush Haskin, 
A. B., A. M., LL. B. 
Rev. Bernard Kelly, D. 
Edward Warren Barker 
Joseph Little Bristow, 

A. B., LL. D. 
George North Neff 
John W. Jenkins 
Rev. James D. Smith, 

B. S., A. M., D. D. 
Rev. Daniel McGurk, A. 



South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 
D. D. South Kansas Conf. 

xl 



Date of Death and Place 
of Burial; or Place of 
Term Residence, if Living 

1899-06 Portland, Ore. 

1899-12 Colorado Springs, Colo. 

1899- Topeka, Kans. 

1899-08 Council Grove, Kans. 

1899-15 Highland, Kans. 
March 2, 1915. 

1899-13 Topeka, Kans. 

1899- Atchison, Kans. 

1900- Atchison, Kans. 
1900-03 St. Louis, Mo. 
1900- Topeka, Kans. 
1900-04 Santiago, Calif. 
1900-03 Abilene, Kans. 
1901-04 St. Louis, Mo. 

1901-11 Albuquerque, N. M. 

1902 Topeka, Kans. 
Sept. 1, 1902. 

1908- Pittsburg, Kans. 

1903-05 New York, N. Y. 

1903-15 Hutchinson, Kans. 

1903- Topeka, Kans. 

1903- Kansas City, Kans. 

1904-09 Portland, Ore. 

1904-09 Topeka, Kans. 

1904-11 Maryville, Mo. 
Sept. 22, 1912. 

1904-12 Kansas City, Kans. 

1905-09 Marion, Kans. 

1905- 515 Republic Bldg. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

1905-07 Pittsburg, Kans. 

1905-07 San Jose, Calif. 
May 28, 1915. 

1905- New York, N. Y. 
1905-10 Blue Mountain, Miss. 

1906- Olathe, Kans. 

1906-11 Topeka, Kans. 

1906- Burlington, Kans. 

1906- Salina, Kans. 

1906- Kansas City, Mo. 

1907-08 Kansas City, Mo. 

1907-10 Emporia, Kans. 

1907-10 Cincinnati, Ohio. 



TRUSTEES 



Name 
Rev. Stephen Bracekord Camp- 
bell, D. D. 
Herbert Perry Wright, 

B. S., M. S. 
Rev. James Alexander Stavely, 

A. B., S. T. B., D. D. 
Charles Edgar Moore, A. M. 
John Punton, A. M., M. D. 
•Leonard V. McKee 

John D. Walthall, M. D. 
Jacob Rasdall Copple 
Charles Edward Beeks 
Rev. William Christopher 

Hanson, D. D. 
Rev. Christian Benjamin Zook, 

A. B. 
Andrew Cameron Pearson, 

A. M., LL. B. 
Rev. Thomas Eldridge Chandler, 

A. M., S. T. D. 
Henry Snavely Siegrist 
Arthur Capper 
Levi Brown Smith 
*James Henry Allderdice 

Albert Perle Myers 

Rev. Sylvester S. Klyne, Ph. D. 

Ward Andrew Neff 

Charles Wesley Squires 



Date of Death and Place 

of Burial; or Place of 

Residence, if Living 



By Whom Appointed Term 

South Kansas Conf. 1907-11 St. Louis, Mo. 

St. Louis Conference 1907-11 Kansas City, Mo 



Kansas Conference 1908- 

South Kansas Conf. 1909- 

Kansas Conference 1910- 

Kansas Conference 1911-16 



South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 
South Kansas Conf. 

Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 

South Kansas Conf. 

South Kansas Conf. 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 

Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 
Kansas Conference 



1911- 
1911- 
1912- 

1912- 

1912- 

1913- 



Parsons, Kans. 
Eureka, Kans. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Frankfort, Kans. 
Dec. 22, 1916. 
Paola, Kans. 
Burlington, Kans. 
Baldwin City, Kans. 

Kansas City, Kans. 

Iola, Kans. 

New York, N. Y. 



1913- 


Atchison, Kans. 


1914- 


Kansas City, Mo. 


1915- 


Topeka, Kan9. 


1915- 


Paola, Kans. 


1915- 


Baldwin City, Kans. 




Oct. 6, 1916. 


1915- 


Emporia, Kans. 


1917- 


Baldwin City, Kans. 


1917- 


Kansas City, Mo. 


1917- 


Galena, Kans. 



xli 



II. OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Name 
Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
Rev. Hugh Dunn Fisher 
Rev. George Washington Paddock 
John Wesley Horner 
Rev. Werter Renick Davis 
Rev. Jeremy Boynton 
Rev. Joseph Denison 
Rev. Henry William Reed 
Rev. George Sullivan Dearborn 
Robert Newton Allen 
Nelson Case 



PRESIDENT 




Term 


Begin 


Apr., 


1859 


Mar., 


1861 


July, 


1861 


June, 


1862 


June, 


1867 


Mar., 


1868 


Mar., 


1872 


Dec, 


1875 


June, 


1876 


June, 


1883 


June, 


1894 


June, 


1897 



Term 


Close 


Mar., 


1861 


July, 


1861 


June, 


1862 


June, 


1867 


Oct., 


1867 


Mar., 


1872 


Dec., 


1876 


June, 


1876 


June, 


1888 


June, 


1894 


June, 


1897 



VICE-PRESIDENT 



Name 
Rev. Mark Robertson 
Rev. Hugh Dunn Fisher 
Rev. Strange Brooks 
Rev. William George Piper 
Henry Barricklow 
Rev. George Sullivan Dearborn 
Dennis Willey 
William Plasket 
Rev. Lemuel Morris Hancock 
Rev. Alfred Kennard Johnson 
Homer Clark Mechem 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Rev. Pearce Taylor Rhodes 
Rev. Werter Renick Davis 
Rev. John Wesley Stewart 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Ripley Warren Sparr 
Joab Mulvane 
John Plantz Davis 



Term 


Begin 


Mar., 


1860 


Mar., 


1861 


July, 


1861 


June, 


1862 


Mar., 


1863 


Mar., 


1866 


Dec, 


1868 


Mar., 


1871 


June, 


1874 


Dec, 


1875 


June, 


1876 


June, 


1878 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1894 


June, 


1895 


June, 


1898 


June, 


1903 


June, 


1904 



Term Close 


Mar., 


1861 


July, 


1861 


June, 


1862 


Mar., 


1863 


Mar., 


1866 


Dec, 


1868 


Mar., 


1870 


June, 


1874 


Dec, 


1875 


June, 


1876 


June, 


1878 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1893 


June, 


1895 


June, 


1898 


June, 


1908 


June, 


1904 



SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT 



Name 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Ripley Warren Sparr 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 



Term Begin 
June, 1893 
June, 1896 
June, 1898 



Term Close 
June, 1895 
June, 1898 
July, 1900 



SECRETARY 



Name 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
Rev. Ira Blackford 
Thomas Asbury Parker 



Term Begin 
Apr., 1859 
Mar., 1860 
Mar., 1861 



Term Close 
Mar., 1860 
Mar., 1861 
June, 1862 



xlii 



OFFICERS 



SECRETARY-Continued 



Name 



Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis 
Rev. William George Piper 
Rev. Hugh Dunn Fisher 
Rev. Charles Edwin Lewis 
Rev. Robert Latimore Harford 
Samuel Adams 

Rev. William Kennedy Marshall 
Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby 
Rev. William Henry Sweet 
Henry Harrison Taylor 
Rev. Hibbird Austin Tucker 
Rev. Henry William Reed 
Rev. Edmond Cady Boaz 
Rev. Herbert Winthrop Chaffee 
Rev. Levi Kirke Billingsley 
Rev. Edwin Mortimer Randall 
Rev. Samuel Soule Murphy 
Rev. Herbert Winthrop Chaffee 
Charles Edward Beeks 



Term 
June, 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 



Begin 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1868 
1869 
1871 
1872 
1874 
1880 
1881 
1888 
1884 
1886 
1887 
1894 
1895 
1897 
1908 
1913 



Term 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Sept. 
June 
June 



Close 
, 1868 
, 1864 
, 1868 
, 1869 
, 1871 
, 1872 
, 1874 
, 1880 
,1881 
, 1883 
, 1884 
, 1886 
, 1887 
, 1894 
, 1895 
, 1896 
, 1908 
, 1913 



Name 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
Rev. Sheldon Parker 
Samuel Nickles Walker 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
John Wesley Horner 
Elisha Olcott 
Rev. Elial Jay Rice 
Elisha Olcott 
Dennis Willey 
Samuel Keifer 
Rev. Joseph Osman Roberts 
William Plasket 
Gasner G. Wharton 
William Leonard 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Rev. John Asbury Motter 
James E. Hair 
Frank Ezra Wolf 



TREASURER 

Term 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 



Begin 
1860 
1861 
1863 
1864 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1873 
1874 
1885 
1887 
1888 
1893 
1897 
1903 



Term 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar. j 
Mar., 
June, 
Mar., 
Dec, 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 



Close 
1861 
1863 
1864 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1871 
1878 
1874 
1885 
1887 
1888 
1893 
1897 
1908 



fAGENT 



Name 
Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis 
Walter Oakley, M.A. 
Rev. William Butt 
Rev. Werter Renick Davis, A.M. 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
William H. Scholfield 
Rev. James Elijah Bryan 
Rev. Daniel Patrick Mitchell 



Term 
Apr., 
Apr., 
Apr., 
Sept., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 



Begin 
1857 
1857 
1858 
1858 
1862 
1863 
1869 
1869 



Term 


Close 


Apr., 


1858 


Apr., 


1858 


Sept. : 


, 1858 


Mar., 


1862 


Mar., 


1863 


Jan., 


1869 


Mar., 


1870 


July, 


1869 



tThese representatives bore different official titles at different times, elected sometimes 
by the Trustees of Baker University, sometimes by the Kansas Educational Association and 
sometimes by both bodies. 



xliii 



OFFICERS 



AGENTS— Continued 

Name Term Begin 

Rev. Jacob W. Clock Aug., 1869 

Rev. Cyrus Robert Rice June, 1871 

Rev. Hugh Dunn Fisher Sept., 1871 

Prof. Martin VanBuren Knox Mar., 1875 

Rev. Pearce Taylor Rhodes Mar., 1877 

Rev. John M. Sullivan Mar., 1881 

Rev. Samuel Evans Pendleton Mar., 1882 

Prof. William Irwin Graham, A.M. June, 1883 

Rev. E. F. Hill Mar., 1884 

Rev. Allen Buckner Mar., 1885 

Rev. Allen Buckner July, 1886 

Prof. William Irwin Graham, A.M. June, 1888 

Rev. James Winfield Walker, A.M. Sept., 1889 

Rev. William J. Osborn Dec, 1896 

Rev. James Murray June, 1898 

Rev. James D. Smith, M.S. Mar., 1901 

Rev. James Asbury Motter, A.M. Jan., 1907 

Rev. Harry Andrews King, S.T.B. Mar., 1907 

Rev. Elijah W. Spencer Sept., 1910 

Rev. Herbert A. Church, A.B. Mar., 1912 

Rev. Samuel Soule Murphy, D.D. Sept., 1912 

Rev. Clarence E. Holcombe Mar., 1913 



Term 
May, 

Sept., 
June, 
Mar., 
June, 
Mar., 
Apr., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Apr., 
Aug., 
June, 
Oct., 
June, 
Mar., 
Apr., 
Aug., 
Mar., 



Close 
1871 

? 
1873 
1877 
1881 
1886 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1889 
1894 
1897 
1903 
1905 
1910 
1909 
1912 



Dec, 1914 
Mar., 1915 



xi iv 



OFFICERS OF THE KANSAS EDUCATIONAL 

ASSOCIATION OF THE METHODIST 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



Term Close 
Sept., 1858 
Sept., 1859 
Mar., 1860 



PRESIDENT 

Name Term Begin 

Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis Mar., 1857 

Rev. Nathan Taylor Sept., 1858 

Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis Sept., 1859 

By action of Mar. 14, 1860, the Board of Trustees of Baker University, appointed by 
Kansas and Nebraska Conference at last session, and their successors in office, were made 
the officers of the Kansas Educational Association with power to perform all their duties 
according to charter. 

Reorganization, Mar. 29th, 30th, 1873, at Ottawa, Kans. 
Rev. Benjamin F. Bowman 
Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Rev. A. H. Walter 
Henry Harrison Taylor 
Prof. William Irwin Graham 
Rev. Herbert Winthrop Chaffee 
Rev. Edward Gill 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Rev. James Murray 
Prof. Charles Sylvester Parmenter 



Name 
Rev. William Butt 
Rev. Charles Hazelton Lovejoy 
Jonas Welch 
Rev. James Shaw 
Rev. J. H. Leard 
Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby 
Rev. Daniel Patrick Mitchell 
Rev. Simon Peter Jacobs 
Rev. Samuel E. Pendleton 
Rev. Werter Renick Davis 
Rev. Edmond Cady Boaz 
Rev. James T. Hanna 
Rev. Werter Renick Davis 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
Rev. Edward Gill 
Rev. John Henry Price 
Rev. Allen Buckner 
Rev. John M. Sullivan 
George R. Benedict 
Rev. John Henry Price 
Rev. Samuel Soule Murphy 



Name 
A. Still 

Office annulled Apr., 1858. 



Mar., 


1873 


June, 


1877 


June, 


1877 


June, 


1880 


June, 


1880 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1884 


June, 


1884 


Jan., 


1890 


Jan., 


1890 


June, 


1890 


June, 


1890 


June, 


1892 


June, 


1892 


June, 


1896 


June, 


1896 


June, 


1897 


June, 


1897 






ESIDjmn i 
Term Begin 


Term 


Close 


Mar., 


1857 


Apr., 


1857 


Apr., 


1857 


Apr., 


1858 


Apr., 


1858 


Sept., 


1858 


Sept., 


1858 


Mar., 


1860 


Mar., 


1873 




? 


Mar., 


1875 


June, 


1877 


June, 


1877 


June, 


1879 


June, 


1879 


June, 


1880 


June, 


1880 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1885 


June, 


1885 


June, 


1886 


June, 


1886 


June, 


1889 


June, 


1889 


June, 


1890 


June, 


1890 


June, 


1892 


June, 


1892 


June, 


1893 


June, 


1893 


June, 


1896 


June, 


1896 


June, 


1897 


June, 


1897 


June, 


1899 


June, 


1899 




? 


June, 


1904 


Mar., 


1912 


June, 


1912 


Dec, 


1916 


RESH 
Term 


)ENT 
Begin 


Term 


Close 


Mar., 


1857 


Apr., 


1858 



xlv 



OFFICERS 



Name 
Walter Oakley 
Rev. William Butt 
Rev. Levin Beauchamp Dennis 
Prof. Byron Rush Cunningham 
Rev. Charles Julius Lovejoy 
Rev. William Henry Sweet 
Prof. William Irwin Graham 
Prof. Charles A. Weaver 
Rev. Edmond Cady Boaz 
S. M. Cogshall 
George R. Benedict 
Rev. Samuel Soule Murphy 
Rev. Herbert Winthrop Chaffee 
Prof. Osmon Grant Markham 
Prof. Frank Ezra Wolf 



SECRETARY 

Term 
Mar., 
Sept. ; 
Apr., 
Sept. 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 



Begin 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1859 
1873 
1875 
1881 
1884 
1886 
1892 
1894 
1897 
1906 
1908 
1909 



Term 


Close 


Sept., 


1858 


Apr., 


1859 


Sept., 


1859 


Mar., 


1860 


Mar., 


1875 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1884 


June, 


1886 


June, 


1892 


June, 


1894 


June, 


1897 


June, 


1906 


June, 


1908 


June, 


1909 



TREASURER 



Name 
Rev. William George Piper 
Rev. Nathan Taylor 
T. H. Prather 
Rev. Mark Robertson 
Rev. J. A. Simpson 
Rev. John Davidson Knox 
Rev. Richard Wake 
William Plasket 
Henry Harrison Taylor 
William Plasket 
Charles P. Ives 
Rev. James Asbury Motter 
James E. Hair 
Joseph Luther Taylor 
Prof. Frank Ezra Wolf 



Term 
Mar., 
Feb., 
Sept., 
Sept., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 
June, 



Begin 
1857 
1858 
1858 
1859 
1873 
1875 
1877 
1879 
1881 
1882 
1884 
1896 
1897 
1903 
1912 



Term Close 


Feb., 


1858 


Sept., 


1858 


Sept., 


, 1859 


Mar., 


1860 


Mar., 


1875 


June, 


1877 


June, 


1879 


June, 


1881 


June, 


1882 


June, 


1884 


June, 


1896 


June, 


1897 


June, 


1903 


June, 


1912 



AUDITOR 



Name 
Rkv. R. P. Duvall 

Office annulled Apr., 1858. 



Term Begin 
Mar., 1857 



Term Close 
Apr., 1858 



xlvi 



BIOGRAPHIES OF THE PRESIDENTS 
OF THE UNIVERSITY 

*WERTER RENICK DAVIS. 

A.M., Indiana University, 1854. M.D., Cincinnati College of Medicine 
and Surgery (now The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine), 1858. 
D.D., Indiana Asbury University (now DePauw University), 1859. Min- 
ister M. E. Church, Guyandotte, Va., 1835-36; Ripley, Va., 1836-37; Wil- 
mington, O., 1837-38; Union, O., 1838-39; Eaton, O., 1839-40; Germantown, 
O., 1840-41; Zanesville, O., 1841-42; Putnam, O., 1842-43; Hebron, O., 
1843-44; Rushville, O., 1844-46; Eaton, O., 1846-48; Finley Chapel, Dayton, 
O., 1848-50; Lebanon, O., 1850-52; Hamilton and Rossville, O., 1852-53; 
Ebenezer, St. Louis, Mo., 1853-54; Presiding Elder, Baldwin City District, 
1862-63; Presiding Elder, Fort Scott District, 1866-68; Presiding Elder, 
Baldwin City District, 1868-72; Presiding Elder, Leavenworth District, 
1872-76; Presiding Elder, Topeka District, 1876-80; Salina, 1880-82; Bald- 
win City, 1882-85; Vinland, 1885-88; Pomona, 1888-93; Eudora, 1893. Pro- 
fessor of Natural Science, McKendree College, 1854-58. President Baker 
University, 1858-June, 1862; Dec, 1868-March, 1869; Dec, 1869-Sept., 1870. 
Trustee Baker University, 1859-63; 1868-93. Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion, Douglas County, 1861-63. Chaplain 12th Kans. Vol. Inf., Sept. 30, 
1862-Jan. 26, 1864; Lt. Col., 16th Kans. Vol. Cav., March 10, 1864-Oct. 8, 
1864; Col. the same, Oct. 8, 1864-Nov. 28, 1865; Commandant Fort Leaven- 
worth, Sept. 27, 1864-April 26, 1865. Chaplain of the Wyandotte Constitu- 
tional Convention, July, 1859. Member of the House of the first Legisla- 
ture in Kansas, 1861. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1868, 
1872, 1880. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference, London, Eng., 
1881. Delegate to Centennial Conference at Baltimore, Md., 1884. Born 
Circleville, O., April 1, 1815. Married Minerva Russell, May 4, 1843 (who 
died Oct. 8, 1897). Died June 22, 1893, burial at Baldwin City. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON PADDOCK. 

Minister M. E. Church, Castleton and Orleans, N. Y., 1852-53; Castle- 
ton, N. Y., 1853-55; Chapinville and Read's Corners, N. Y., 1855-57; Burlin- 
game, 1857-59; Wyandotte (Kansas City), 1859-61; Leavenworth, 1861-63; 
Lawrence, 1863-66; Corresponding Secretary, Kansas Conference Centenary 
Society, 1866-67; Corn Hill, Rochester, N. Y., 1867-70; Geneseo, N. Y., 
1870-72; Grace, Buffalo, N. Y., 1872-74; Lima, N. Y., 1874-75; Presiding 
Elder, Genesee, N. Y., District 1875-79; Medina, 1879-81; Superannuated, 
living at Rochester, N. Y., 1881-1908. President (Nominal) of Baker Uni- 
versity, June, 1862-June, 1864; Trustee the same, 1861-68; President Board 
of Trustees, the same, 1862-67. Secretary of Kansas Conference, 1862-67. 
Member and Secretary of the first Board of Regents of The University of 
Kansas, 1866-67. Preached the funeral sermon of those killed at Quantrell's 
Raid on Lawrence, Aug. 21, 1863. Born Vienna, Oneida Co., N. Y., Dec 10, 
1823. Married Sophrona M. Sheldon, May 18, 1847 (died 1905). Died Jan. 
5, 1908, burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, N. Y. 

*LEONARD LEIDY HARTMAN. 

A.B., Allegheny College, 1854; A.M., 1857. Teacher High School and 
Academy, Mifflenburg, Pa., 1854-56; Professor of Mathematics and Acting 
President, Asbury Female College, New Albany, Ind., 1858-59; President 
of the University of Missouri, 1859-61; Professor of Mathematics, Baker 

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University, Sept., 1861-Dec, 1865; Acting President, the same, June, 1862- 
June, 1864; President the same, June, 1864-June, 1865. Minister M. E. 
Church, 1862-69. Supernumerary, 1866-67; Pastor, Humboldt, 1869. Lo- 
cated, 1869. Trustee Baker University, 1865-69. Born Saloma, Clinton Co,. 
Pa., Nov. 19, 1828. Married Amalia M. Armstrong, 1862. Died March 2, 
1909, burial at Shintown, Pa. 

*JOHN WESLEY LOCKE. 

A. B., Augusta College, Augusta, Ky., 1844. A. M., Indiana Asbury Uni- 
versity (DePauw), 1854. D. D., Dickinson College, 1867. Minister M. E. 
Church, Bainbridge, O., 1843-44; West Union, O., 1844-45; Jacksonville, O., 
1845-46; Deer Creek, O., 1846-47; Bainbridge, O., 1847-49; West Jefferson, 
O., 1849-50; Vevay, Ind., 1850-52; Rising Sun, Ind., 1852-53; President Brook- 
ville, Ind., College, 1853-57; Presiding Elder, Connersville, Ind., District, 
1857-60; Professor Mathematics, Indiana Asbury University (DePauw), 
1860-65; President Baker University, Sept., 1865-March, 1866; Professor 
Mathematics, Indiana Asbury University, 1866-72; Minister, Jeffersonville, 
Ind., 1872-74; President, McKendree College, 1874-78; Minister, Olney, 111., 
1878; Presiding Elder, Lebanon, 111., District, 1878-81; Mt. Vernon, 111., 
1881-84; Fairfield, 111., 1884-87; Presiding Elder, Alton, 111., District, 1887-88; 
Superannuated, 1888-89; Fairfield, 111., 1889-91; Flora, 111., 1891-93; Lebanon, 
111., 1893-95; Superannuated, 1895. Secretary Southeastern Indiana Confer- 
ence, 1854-56. Recorder, Indiana Asbury University, 1860-71; Trustee, the 
same, 1874-75. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1860, 1868, 1876, 
1880, 1888. Delegate Centennial Conference, Baltimore, Md., 1884. Mem- 
ber General Missionary Committee, 1880-84. Born Paris, Ky., Feb. 12, 1822. 
Married Matilda Wood, June 11, 1846 (died Jan., 1891). Married Mrs. Mary 
E. Hill, July 19, 1892. Died Dec. 29, 1895, burial at Fairfield, 111. 

*JOHN WESLEY HORNER. 

Graduate Michigan State Normal School, 1855. A.B., The University 
of Michigan, 1850; A.M., 1862. Teacher in California, 1858-61. Principal 
of High School, Adrian, Mich., 1861. Captain, Major, Lieut. Col. and 
Colonel, 18th Michigan Vol. Inf., 1862-65; Professor of Ancient Languages, 
Baker University, Jan., 1866-March, 1866; President, the same, 
March, 1866-August, 1867; Professor of Belles Lettres and Mental and 
Moral Science, The University of Kansas, August, 1867-Sept., 1868. 
Founded Chetopa Advance, Chetopa, Dec, 1868, and editor till Feb., 1873. 
County Superintendent of Public Institution, Labette Co.. 1S70-71. Super- 
intendent Schools, Chetopa, Sept., 1873- Dec. 1873. Regent Kansas State 
Normal School, 1873-74. Born Wornelsdorf, Berks Co., Pa., May 29, 1834. 

Married Abigal Bateman, , 1862. Died August 16, 1874, burial at Osa- 

watomie. 

*ELIAL JAY RICE. 

A.B., Madison University (now Colgate University), Hamilton, N. Y., 
1854; A.M., 1857. Taught after graduation in New York State. Established 
Savannah Seminary, Savannah, O., 1860; Superintendent Schools, Evansville, 
Ind., 1865. In the first faculty of the University of Kansas, Professor of 
Belles Lettres and Mental and Moral Science, and Acting President of the 
faculty, July, lS66-Aug., 1867; President of Baker University Aug., 1867-Dec, 
1868. Minister M. E. Church, 1867-69, Trinidad, Colo., 1868-72. Trustee 
Baker University, 1868-69. Born Sullivan, Ashland Co., O., Dec. 18, 1822. 
Married Laura Ann Rice, June 22, 1861. Died April. 7, 1872, burial at Trini- 
dad, Colo. 

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JOHN ALEXANDER SIMPSON, 2115 N. TREMONT ST., KANSAS 
CITY, KAN. 
A.B., Allegheny College, 1866; A.M., 1869. Teacher Mathematics and 
Mental and Moral Science, Plattsburg College, Plattsburg, Clinton Co., 
Mo., 1866-67; Minister M. E. Church, Hiawatha, 1867-69; President Baker 
University, March, 1869-Dec, 1869; Minister Valley Falls, 1870-72; Prin- 
cipal North Kansas Seminary, Circleville, 1872-73; Minister, LeRoy, 1873- 
74; McPherson, 1874-75; Centralia, 1875-77; Hiawatha, 1877-79; Abilene, 
1879-80; Presiding Elder, Manhattan District, 1880-84; Junction City, 1884- 
85; Supernumerary, 1885-86; Eskridge, 1886-87; Supernumerary, 1887-88; 
Council Grove, 1888-89; Supernumerary, 1889-90; First, Kansas City, 1890- 
92; Mt. Pleasant, Kansas City, 1892-93; Michigan Ave., Leavenworth, 1893- 
94; Supernumerary, 1894-97; Rosedale, 1897-99; Retired, 1899. Member Gen- 
eral Conference, M. E. Church, 1884. Born, Scio, Harrison Co., O., July 27, 
1839. Married Isabel Cecelia Gosline, Nov. 25, 1868. 

♦PATTERSON McNUTT. 

A.B., Indiana Asbury University (DePauw), 1855; A.M., 1858. D.D., 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 1880. Principal Danville, 111., Seminary, 1855- 
58; Principal Georgetown, 111., Seminary, 1858-61; Minister M. E. Church, 
1858-66, 1869-86; Principal Danville, 111., Seminary, 1861-62; Captain 73rd 
Regiment, Illinois Vol. Inf., 1862-63; Minister, Marshall, 111., 1863-64; West- 
field, 111., 1864; President Marshall, 111., College, 1864-68; Minister, Oswego 
and Chetopa, 1869-70; Iola, 1870; President, Baker University, Sept., 1870- 
June, 1871; Professor Mathematics, Indiana Asbury University (DePauw), 
1872-82; Professor Pure Mathematics, the same, 1882-83; Minister, Warrens- 
burg, Mo., 1883-85; Del Norte, Colo., 1885-86. Born Switzerland Co., Ind., 
August 27, 1833. Married Louisa S. Slavens, Nov. 27, 1855. Died Feb. 9, 
1886, burial at Del Norte, Colo. 

♦ROBERT LATIMORE HARFORD. 

D.D. Minister M. E. Church, Fort Riley, 1860-61; Junction City, 1861- 
62; Manhattan, 1862-64; Atchison, 1864-66; Leavenworth, 1866-67; Presiding 
Elder, Manhattan District, 1867-69; Lawrence, 1869-72; Supernumerary, 
1873-74; Central City, Colo., 1874-75; Rhorerville, Cal., 1875-76; Green Val- 
ley, Cal., 1876-77; San Jose, Cal., 1877-78; Powell St., San Francisco, Cal., 
1878-80; Bush St., San Francisco, Cal., 1880-82; Petaluma, Cal., 1882-83. 
Professor of Mathematics, Bluemont Central College, Manhattan, 1861-62; 
Superintendent, Bluemont Central College, Manhattan, 1862-63. Secretary 
Kansas Conference, 1870, '71. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 
1872. Trustee Baker University, 1868-73. Trustee, Bluemont Central Col- 
lege, 1863-65. President, Baker University, June, 1871-June, 1873. Born 

, O., 1837. Married May E. Lyman, 1871, (died ). Married 

Mrs. Mary E. Fraser, 1873. Died June 2. 1883, burial at Petaluma, Cal. 

SAMUEL S. WEATHERBY. LAWRENCE. 

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1866; A.M., 1868. Minister M. E. 
Church, Richfield, O., 1866-67; Brunswick, O., 1867-69; Green Springs, O., 
1869-70; Pleasanton (Supply), 1870-71; Professor of Ancient Languages, 
Baker University, April, 1871-June, 1879; President of Baker University, 
June, 1873-June, 1874; Minister, LeRoy, 1880-82; Iola, 1882-84; Princeton, 
1884-85; LeRoy, 1885-87; Supernumerary, LeRoy, 1887-96; Retired, 1896; 
Leroy, 1896-1900: Lawrence, 1900-. Trustee Baker University, 1874-82. 
Born Knox Co., O., Feb. 1, 1841. Married Delia L. Stearns, Dec. 23, 1868, 
(died ). 

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*JOSEPH DENISON. 

A.B., Wesleyan University, 1840; M.A., 1843. D.D., McKendree Col- 
lege, 1865. Teacher of Ancient Languages, Amenia Seminary, Duchess Co., 
N. Y., 1840-43; Minister M. E. Church, Newton Upper Falls," Mass., 1843-45; 
Ipswich, Mass., 1845-46; Lynn, Mass., 1846-48; Maiden, Mass., 1848-50; Hol- 
liston, Mass., 1850-52; Hedding, Boston, Mass., 1852-54; Southbridge, Mass., 
1854-55; Manhattan and Fort Riley Mission, 1855-56; Manhattan, 1856-57; 
Fort Riley, 1857-58; Manhattan, 1858-59; Presiding Elder, Manhattan Dis- 
trict, 1859-63; President Bluemont Central College (Manhattan), 1863; 
President Kansas State Agricultural College, 1863-73; Supernumerary, 1874- 
75; President Baker University, 1874-79; Minister, Holton, 1880-81; Valley 
Falls, 1881-84; Presiding Elder Atchison District, 1884-88; Tecumseh, 1888- 
93; Retired, 1893-1900. Charter member of Kansas-Nebraska Conference, 
1856; Secretary of the same, 1857. Charter Trustee of Bluemont Central 
College (Manhattan) and Trustee of the same, 1858-63. Trustee Baker 
University, 1865-68 and 1875-1900. Member General Conference, M. E. 
Church, 1864, 1880. Charter member of the Kansas State Teachers' Asso- 
ciation. Born Bernardston, Franklin Co., Mass., Oct. 1, 1815. Married 
Sarah Jane Woodruff, July 8, 1845 (died Aug. 1, 1858). Married Mrs. 
Frances Ann Dennis, Nov. 21, 1859 (died July 17, 1908). Died Feb. 19, 1900, 
burial at Manhattan. 

WILLIAM HENRY SWEET SALINA 

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1872; A.M., 1875. D.D. Chaddock Col- 
lege, Quincy, 111., 1885. Professor of Mathematics, Baker University, 1872- 
77; President of Baker University, 1879-86; Professor of Psychology and 
Ethics, Kansas Wesleyan University, 1886-88; Field Secretary, Kansas Wes- 
leyan University, 1909-10. Minister M. E. Church, Centralia, 1873; Holton, 
1877-79; Salina, 1888-90; Minneapolis, 1890-92; Presiding Elder, Salina Dis- 
trict, 1892-98; Beloit, 1898-1902; Downs, 1902-05; Lincoln, 1905-06; Mar- 
quette, 1906-09; University Church, Salina, 1910-13; Mentor, 1913-15; 
Retired, 1915. Trustee Baker University, 1878-82. Member General Confer- 
ence, M. E. Church, 1892, 1896. Trustee Kansas Wesleyan University, 1889- 
1914. Born Brown Co., O., July 14, 1843. Married Rose A. Williams, Sept. 
7, 1875. 

HILLARY ASBURY GOBIN GREENCASTLE, IND. 

A. B., Indiana Asbury University (now DePauw), 1870; A. M., 1873; D. D. 
1880. LL. D., Baker University, 1904. LL. D., DePauw University, 1909. 
Minister M. E. Church, Bainbridge, Ind., 1869-70; Remington and Goodland, 
Ind., 1870-73; First, South Bend, Ind., 1873-76; Trinity, LaFayette, Ind., 1876- 
79; First, South Bend, Ind., 1879-80; Robert Stockwell Professor of Greek 
Language and Literature, DePauw University, 1880-86; President Baker 
University, 1886-90; Dean School of Theology, DePauw University, 1890-94; 
Vice-President, the same, 1894-95; Acting President, the same, 1895-96; 
President, the same, 1896-1903; Vice-President and Professor of Biblical 
Science, the same, 1903-. Soldier in Union Army, 1862-65. Secretary Facul- 
ty, DePauw University, 1881-86. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 
1892, '96, '00, '12. President Preachers' Aid Society, N.-W. Indiana Confer- 
ence, 1896-1912. Member of the Commission on the Organic Law of the 
M. E. Church, 1896-1900. Member of the University Senate of the M. E. 
Church, 1896, 1904, '08, '12. Member Ecumenical Conference of Methodism, 
London, England, 1901. Member Phi Beta Kappa. President DePauw 
Vlumni Association, 1914-. Born Terre Haute, Ind., March 25, 1842. Mar- 
ked Florence A. Orrill, Nov. 8, 1871 (died Dec. 16, 1891). Married Mrs. 
Clara Leaton Beals, July 11, 1895. 

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WILLIAM ALFRED QUAYLE. See College No. 56. 

LEMUEL HERBERT MURLIN, 688 BOYLSTON ST., BOSTON, MASS. 
A.B., DePauw University, 1891; S.T.B., 1892; LL.D., 1909. B.D., Gar- 
rett Biblical Institute, 1899. S.T.D., University of Denver, 1897. D.D., Cor- 
nell College, 1897. LL.D., University of Vermont, 1911. LL.D., Wesleyan 
University, 1912. Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1896; 
Clark University, 1897; Europe, 1898. Teacher in Ft. Wayne College, 1886- 
87. Instructor in Physiology, DePauw University, 1891-92. President Ba- 
ker University, 1894-1911. President Boston University, 1911-. Minister 
M. E. Church, Trinity, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1886-88; Knightsville, Ind., 1888- 
91; Vincennes, Ind., 1891-94; Acting Pastor American Church, Berlin, Ger- 
many, 1909-10. Member Phi Beta Kappa. Member General Conference, M. 
E. Church, 1900, 1904, 1916. Delegate Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 
London, 1901; Toronto, 1911. President Kansas Association of College Presi- 
dents, 1906. Secretary The College Association of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, 1900-07. Secretary Rhodes' Scholarship Commission for Kansas, 
1908-11. Member National Conference on Church Federation, 1906. State 
Director for Kansas of the Religious Education Association, 1906-08. Vice- 
President for Kansas of North Central Association of Colleges and Second- 
ary Schools, 1900. Member Kansas State Text Book Commission, 1911. 
Member Special Commission to reorganize educational administration in 
Kansas, 1911. Chairman New England Association of Colleges, 1914. 
Vice-President Association of New England Secondary Schools and Col- 
leges, 1915. Chairman Executive Committee Boston Convention Religious 
Education Association, 1916-17. Born Mercer Co., O., Nov. 16, 1861. Mar- 
ried Ermina May Fallass, Ph.D., Oct. 12, 1893. 

WILBUR NESBITT MASON BALDWIN CITY 

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1890. S.T.B., Boston University, 1896. 
A. M., Harvard University, 1898. D.D., University of Chattanooga, 1909. 
D.D., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1911. Minister M. E. Church, George- 
town, O., 1892-93; Epworth, Cambridge, Mass., 1898-1904; Wesley, Salem, 
Mass., 1904-08; First, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1908-11; President Baker Univer- 
sity, 1911-. Member Phi Beta Kappa; N. E. A.; Member University Sen- 
ate of M. E. Church, 1911- ; Treasurer Educational Association of the M. 
E. Church, 1915-17. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1916. 
Born Mechanicsburg, O., Apr. 15, 1867. Married Adelaide A. Green, Sept. 
4, 1901. 



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1862 *Rev. Werter Renick Davis, A.M., D.D. 

1864 *Rev. George W. Paddock (Nominal). 

1864 *Rev. Leonard Leidy Hartman, A.M. (Acting). 

1865 *Rev. Leonard Leidy Hartman, A.M. 

1866 ♦Rev. John Wesley Locke, A.M., D.D. 

1867 ♦John Wesley Horner, A.M. 

1868 *Elial Jay Rice, A.M. 

1869 *Rev. Werter Renick Davis, A.M., D.D. 

1869 Rev. John Alexander Simpson, A.M. 

1870 *Rev. Werter Renick Davis, A.M., D.D. 

1871 *Rev. Patterson McNutt, D.D. 

1873 *Rev. Robert Latimore Harford, A.M., D.D. 

1874 Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby, A.M. 
1879 *Rev. Joseph Denison, A.M., D.D. 

1886 Rev. William Henry Sweet, A.M., D.D. 

1890 Rev. Hillary Asbury Gobin, A.M., D.D. 

1894 Rev. William Alfred Quayle, A.M., Ph.D., D.D. 

1911 Rev. Lemuel Herbert Murlin, D.D., LL.D. 
Rev. Wilbur Nesbitt Mason, A.M., D.D. 

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Rev. Thomas A. Parker, A.M., D.D. 
♦Joseph Gilbert Schnebly, A.M., M.D. 
♦Rev. James Harrison Carruth, A.M. 
♦Warner Craig, A.M. 

Martha Baldwin, A.B. 
♦Warner Craig, A.M. 
♦John Wesley Horner, A.M. 
♦Warner Craig, A.M. 

♦Mrs. Laura Ann Rice, (Latin and Mod. Lang.) 
♦William Wellsley Deverell, A.M. 

Rev. Samuel S. Weatherby, A.M. 

Rev. William Irwin Graham, A.M. 

Rev. William Alfred Quayle, A.M. (Adjunct). 
OF LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

Rev. William Irwin Graham, A.M. 

Rev. Albert E. Colegrove, A.M. 
tOsMON Grant Markham, A.M., Litt.D. 

Samuel Alexander Lough, A.M. (Acting). 

William Harvey Partridge, A.M. (Acting). 
OF GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

Rev. William Alfred Quayle, A.M., Ph.D. 

George William Martin, A.M. 

Samuel Alexander Lough, A.M. 
fREV. Homer Kingsley Ebright, A.M., Th.D. 

Samuel Hart Newhall, Ph.D., (Acting). 



^Absent in Graduate Study, 1893-94 
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*Rev. Leonard Leidy Hartman, A.M. 

Bradford Simmons Potter, A.M., Ph.D. 
*Rev. Hiram Pliny Shepard, A.M. (Greek, Math.) 
♦Joseph Gilbert Schnebly, A.M., M.D. 

Rev. Daniel A. Perrin, A.M. 
♦Joseph Gilbert Schnebly, A.M., M.D. 

Rev. William Henry Sweet, A.M. 

Charles A. Weaver, A.M. 
*Emory Melville Wood, A.M., PhD. 
§Wii-Lard Hayes Garrett, B.S. 

Jacob Garrett Kemp, Ph.D. (Acting). 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE 
Mar. 1862 July 1862 *Rev. Thomas Hicks Mudge, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 

1891 1894 Rev. James Winfield Walker, A.M., B.D. 

PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE 
1894 1898 Pres. Lemuel Herbert Murlin, A.B., S.T.B. 

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH BIBLE 

1898 1900 *Rev. Philo Jesse Williams, D.D. 

PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE 

1900 1902 Rev. Albert Cornelius Knudson, A.M., Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY 

1904 1906 Rev. Walter Melville Patton, B.D., Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE 

Rev. Walter Melville Patton, B.D., Ph.D. 
Rev. Philip Louis Schenk, A.M., B.D. 
Rev. George Franklin Ream, A.M., B.D. 
tREV. Irwin Ross Beiler, A.M., S.T.B. 
Rev. Percy Vivian Roberts, A.M., S.T.B. (Acting). 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC 

Mary Elizabeth Rhodes. 

Mrs. Mary Holmes Simpkinson Wolcott. 

Mary Marie Russell, B.S. 
*Rev. Christopher H. Edgerton. 

Anna Eliza Seamans, M.L.A. 

Edwin A. James. 

Anna Eliza Seamans, M.L.A. 

Clara Holman. 

Frank N. Wheeler. 

Walter M. Foss. 

Clara Holman. 

Mira E. Deming. 
*Ella Nancy Dennis. 

Edwin Raymond Snyder. 

Carl A. Preyer. 

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Robert Guy McCutchan, Mus.B. 

John J. Landsbury, Mus.B. 

Tames Browne Martin, Mus.B. 

Helen Marie Mayer. 

David Hantch Grosch. 

Ernest F. Jorez. 

Marvin Darwin Geere. 

Hans C. Feil. 

Berenice Long. 

Louis Upton Rowland, Mus.B. 

Anita Storrs. 

3FESSOR OF NATURAL SCIENCE 
*Rev. James Harrison Carruth, A.M. 
*Asa D. Chambers, A.M. 
*Jacob S. Whitman, A.M., M.D. 

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*Rev. Martin Van Buren Knox, A.M., Ph.D. 

Charles A. Weaver, A.M. 

Frank James Baker, A.M. 

Charles Sylvester Parmenter, A.M., Ph.D. 

PROFESSSOR OF BIOLOGY 
1891 Charles Sylvester Parmenter, A.M., Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY 

1891 1892 *Rev. John Garrett Henderson, A.M. 

1892 1895 fOscAR Milton Stewart, Ph.D. 

1896 1897 George Francis Weida, Ph.D. 

1897 1908 William Charles Bauer, Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 
1908 1910 Ross Allen Baker, A.M. 

1910 David Lindsey Randall, Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS 

1908 Samuel Asher Deel, Ph.B. 

PROFESSOR OF SYSTEMATIC ZOOLOGY 

1909 1910 Elmer Perry Monahan, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF STRUCTURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BOTANY 
1909 1915 LeRoy Trophimus Reser, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF BOTANY 
1915 LeRoy Trophimus Reser, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF FRENCH OR GERMAN (with other subjects) 

Mary Marie Russell, B.S., French. 
*Mrs. Laura Ann Rice. 

Anna Eliza Seamans, M.L.A. French. 

Mrs. Janette Hill Knox, A.M. 

Rev. Andrews V. Stout. German. 
*Ida Anna Ahlborn, M.L., German. 

Oscar Milton Stewart, A.M., French. 

Lieut. Erneste Virgil Smith, French. 

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1904 1911 fHELEN Gaile Jones, Ph.B. 

1910 1911 Ruth Baker, A.M. (Acting). 

1911 1912 Adah Emena Shafer, Ph.B. 

PROFESSOR OF GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

1912 1913 Adah Emena Shafer, Ph.B. 

1913 Anne Grace Wirt, Ph.M. 

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1909 


BlRDEAN MOTTER, A.B. 




1909 


1911 


Josephine Bell. 




1911 


1913 


Mabelle Kathryn Wells. 




1913 




Ella Heath. 



PROFESSOR OF MORAL SCIENCE AND BELLES LETTRES 
Sept. 1865 Mar. 1866 *Pres. John Wesley Locke, A.M., D.D. 

PROFESSOR OF MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHY 

Mar. 1866 Aug. 1867 >:: Pres. John Wesley Horner, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL AND MORAL SCIENCE AND 
BELLES LETTRES 
Aug. 1867 Dec. 1868 *Pres. Elial Jay Rice, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY 
Dec. 1868 Mar. 1869 *Rev. Hiram Paulding Satchwell, A.M. 
Mar. 1869 Dec. 1869 Pres. John Alexander Simpson, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL AND MORAL SCIENCE 
1874 1879 *Pres. Joseph Denison, A.M., D.D. 

1879 1886 Pres. William Henry Sweet, A.M., D.D. 

1886 1890 Pres. Hillary Asbury Gobin, A.M., D.D. 

1890 1894 Pres. William Alfred Quayle, AM., D.D. 

PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE. 
1894 1898 Pres. Lemuel Herbert Murlin, A.B., D.D. 

PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY 
1898 1900 Pres. Lemuel Herbert Murlin, A.B., D.D. 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY 
1904 1906 Rev. Walter Melville Patton, B.D., Ph.D. 



tAbsent in Graduate Study, 1910-11. 

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1914 



FACULTY 

PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY 
Donald John Cowling, A.M., B.D. 
Joseph Kinmont Hart, Ph.D. 
Rev. William Ernest Andrew Slaght, A.M., B.D. 

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH 

Mrs. Janette Hill Knox, A.M. 

Emeline L. Allyn, M.L.A. 
*Mary M. Hammond. 

Mrs. Ada Claypool Baker, B.L. 
*Ida Anna Ahlborn, M.L. 
*George Washington Hoss, A.M., LL.D. 

Samuel Alexander Lough, A.M. 

Mrs. Ermina Fallass Murlin, Ph.D. 

Albert Granberry Reed, A.M., Ph.D. 

Mrs. Alice Downey Porter, A.M., Ph.D. 

Bessie Gay Secrest, A.B. (Instructor). 

Colin Cuthbert Alexander, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH CLASSICS AND ORATORY 
1884 1890 *George Washington Hoss, A.M., LL.D. 

PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AND ORATORY 
*George Washington Hoss, A.M., LL.D. 

VlRGILINE MULVANE. 

Alfred Edgar Leach, A.B. 

PROFESSOR OF HISTORY 
*Ida Anna Ahlborn, M.L. 
Samuel Alexander Lough, A.M. 
Guy Potter Benton, A.M. 
Edwin Oglesby Grimes, A.M. 
Rev. Albert Cornelius Knudson, A.M., Ph.D. 
fREV. Harman Jacob Hoover, A.M., Ph. D. 
Thomas Legrand Harris, A.M. (Acting). 
Thomas Legrand Harris, A.M. 

PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS 
Mar. 1894 1898 Erneste Virgil Smith, 1st Lieut. 4th U. S. Inf. 

1898 1900 ^William Franklin Clark, 1st Lieut. U. S. Cav. 

PROFESSOR OF PEDAGOGY 

1899 Lilian Scott, A.M. 

DIRECTOR OF MEN'S GYMNASIUM 

Arza Bracken Fogle, A.M., Director of Athletics. 
Arza Bracken Fogle, A.M., Instructor Physical 

Training. 
Joseph F. Reisner, Instructor Physical Training. 
George R. Strohm, Instructor Physical Training. 
A. A. Bersin, Instructor Physical Training. 
Henry C. Yoxall, Instructor Physical Training. 
Henry C. Yoxall, Professor Physical Training. 
Louis Daniel Scherer, B.S., Professor Physical 

Training. 

fAbsent on Health Leave, 1912-14. 
^Absent on duty in Cuba, 1899-1900. 

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1899 


1903 


1901 


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1903 


1904 


1904 


1905 


1905 


1906 


1906 


1907 


1907 


1910 


1910 


1913 



FACULTY 

1913 1915 Edward Clark Gallagher, B.S., Professor Physical 

Training. 

1915 1916 Thomas Dudley Shepherd, A.B., Professor Physical 

Training. 

1916 Karl A. Schlademan, A.B., Professor Physical 

Training. 

DIRECTOR OF WOMEN'S GYMNASIUM 
1901 1906 Ada Gertrude Heaton, Instructor Physical Training. 

1906 1913 f Ada Gertrude Heaton, Professor Physical Training. 

1912 1913 Delinda E. Yawman (Acting) Professor Physical 

Training. 

1913 1915 Delinda E. Yawman, Professor Physical Training. 
1915 Jean Cossar Ewart, A.B., Professor Physical Training. 

PRINCIPAL OF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 
1858 1861 *Benjamin Rush Cunningham, A.M. 

Apr. 1868 Dec. 1868 *Rev. Hiram P. Satchwell, A.M. 

1886 1887 Alfred Docking. 

1887 1893 Osmon Grant Markham, A.M. 

1893 1895 George William Martin, A.M. 
1895 1901 Osmon Grant Markham, A.M. 

1901 1902 Rev. Albert Cornelius Knudson, A.M., Ph.D. 

1902 1905 Scott Elias William Bedford, A.B. 
1905 1907 George Fox Cook, Ph.D. 

1907 1908 Bertram Everett McProud, A.M. 

1908 1909 Curvin Henry Gingrich, A.M. 

1909 1914 Walter Amos Cook, M.S. 

PRINCIPAL OF NORMAL DEPARTMENT 
1880 1884 Rev. William Irwin Graham, A.M. 

1894 1911 Lilian Scott, Ph.B. 

PRINCIPAL OF COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

1889 Jan. 1894 *Samuel Edwin Robertson. 
Jan. 1894 Mar. 1899 $* William Neely Simpson. 
Mar. 1899 Mar. 1899 * Law. 

1899 1912 Frank Ezra Wolf, A.B. 

INSTRUCTORS IN HOUSEHOLD ARTS 

1911 1913 Nelle Jane Campbell. 

1913 1914 Grace Dogmar Kristofferson. 

1914 1915 Emma Jeffery. 

1915 1916 Katherine Martindale, A.B. 

1916 Velma Phillips, Ph.B. 

INSTRUCTORS OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

1912 1913 Anna Downey Porter, A.B. 

1913 1915 Katherine Denise Wollaston, Ph.B. 
1915 Sophy Dearborn Parker, A.B. 

INSTRUCTORS 
Apr. 1872 June 1872 *Alpheus A. B. Cavaness. 

1883 1884 Eliza Armstrong Telford, A.B., English and Latin. 

1889 1890 Eva May Pierce, B.S., English. 

1890 1891 Laura L. Ewing, Greek. 



fOn leave of absence, 1912-13. 

$On leave of absence, in Advanced Study, 1896-97. 

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1893 


1893 


1894 


1894 


1895 


1900 


1914 


1900 Dec. 


1900 


1900 


1901 


Jan. 1901 


1901 


1900 


1901 


1901 


1902 


1901 


1904 


1901 


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1901 


1902 


1901 


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1905 


1902 


1903 


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1907 


1905 


1906 


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1909 


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1906 


1905 


1910 


1905 


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1905 Jan. 


1909 


1906 


1907 


1906 


1914 


1906 


1909 


1906 


1907 


1906 


1908 


1907 


1908 


1907 


1909 


1907 


1908 


1908 


1909 


1908 


1910 


1909 


1910 


1909 


1910 


1910 


1914 


1910 


1911 


1910 


1912 


1910 


1912 


1911 


1912 


1911 


1912 


1912 


1913 


1912 


1913 


1913 


1914 


1914 




1914 


1916 



FACULTY 

Anna May Hair, A.B., History. 

Harvard Oliver Harpster, A.B., Mathematics. 

Harvard Oliver Harpster, A.B., English. 

Eliza Armstrong Telford, A.M., Latin. 
*Esther Almira Marvel, A.B., History. 

Louis Gerteis, A.B., Modern Languages. 

Eva Gill Clark, A.B., English and History. 

John Calhoun Bridwell, B.S., Biology. 

Thomas James Riley, A.B., Mathematics and As- 
tronomy. 

Helen Gaile Jones, Ph.B., Modern Languages. 

Elizabeth Christine Bentley, A.M., History and 
Literature. 
*William Butler Keeling, A.B., Physics and Mathe- 
matics. 

Birdean Motter, A.B., China and Decorative Art. 

Scott Elias William Bedford, A.B., History and 
English. 

Albert Emanuel Kirk, Ph.B., Biology. 

Mary Kibben Murphy, A.B., Modern Languages. 

Clair Aigler Harpster, Ph.B., Mathematics. 

Emma Belle French, A.B., English. 

William Walter Johnston, A.B., English. 

George Fox Cook, Ph.D., Mathematics. 

Edsall Bowman Knepp, Ph.B., Chemistry and Physics. 

Elmer Perry Monahan, Ph.B., Biology and Taxi- 
dermy. 

Jennie Alice Heinselman, A.B., History. 
fRuTH Baker, Ph.B., Modem Languages. 

Robert Ellis Heinselman, A.B., English. 

Rev. Julius Smith, A.M., D.D., Christian Missions. 

Russell Hall Allen, A.B., History and German. 

Nora Dale Ames, B.L., English. 

LeRoy Trophimus Reser, Ph.B., Biology 

Archie Lowell Ryan, A.B., English. 

LeRoy Trophimus Reser, Ph.B., Biology 
istry. 

Bertram Everett McProud, A.M., English. 

Curvin Henry Gingrich, A.M., Mathematics. 

Mrs. Bertha Watt McProud, Ph.B., German and 
History. 

Ethel E. McAnulty, A.B., History and German. 

Mabel Ruth LeBaron, A.B., English and Latin. 

Joanna Laning, A.M., Modern Languages. 

Grace Elizabeth Leach, A.B., History and German. 

Walter Amos Cook, M.S., Mathematics. 

Warren Ortman Ault, A.B., Civics and History. 

Anna Downey Porter, A.B., Modern Languages. 

Grace Elizabeth Leach, A.B., Latin and German. 

Arthur Dan Catlin, A.B., Civics and History. 

Roy Albert Porterfield, B.S., Mathematics and Engi- 
neering. 

Wesley Marsh Gewehr, A.M., Civics and History. 

Rufus Crane, A.B., S.B., Mathematics and Engineering. 

Robert Hugh McWilliams, A.M., Civics and History. 

George Born Manhart, A.M., History. 

Lola Langston, A.B., Latin and English. 



fOn leave of absence, 1909-10. 

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FACULTY 



Warren Shepard, A.B., Mathematics and English. 
Rev. Harry Francis Dorcas, A.B., Academy Bible. 
Mrs. Helen Huse Collins, B.S., Household Arts. 
Grace Mabel Irwin, A.B., Latin and English. 

INSTRUCTORS IN MUSIC 

*Mrs. Minerva Russell (Werter R.) Davis. 

*Lena M. Elder. 

Mattie Mudd. 

Sarah Smith. 

Lyman Beecher Keifer. 

C. A. Richey. 

Nannie Graham. 

josie hutchings. 

Mrs. Lillie D. Sellers. 

Josephine Hilty. 

Glen Gill. 

Mabel Cunningham, B.S. 

Jennie K. Bull. 

Charles E. Gormley (Band). 

Albert H. McConnell, A.B. 

Ada Saeker, A.B. 

Charles E. Gormley (Band). 

Eula Reba Smith. 

Everet Kin Foster, A.B. 

Ernest Lincoln Cox. 

Mrs. Fanny Pinkham-Grosch. 

Mary Brigham, A.B. 

Elizabeth Finch Burney. 

Ruth Lundgren. 

Homer Edward Crain, Mus.B. 

TEACHERS IN PRIMARY DEPARTMENT 
Mar. 1863 Dec. 1863 Mary A. Goltman. 
Dec. 1863 1865 Abbie Gregg. 

1865 Dec. 1867 *Halo Griswold. 

ASSISTANTS AND TEACHERS 

Mary M. Still. 
♦Mary C. Dunn. 
*Anson Gridley. 

Ervin Lewellyn Thorpe, Elocution. 
*Martin Van Buren Knox. 

Mrs. Rose A. Sweet. 
*Emanuel James Baskerville, Elocution. 

Eliza Armstrong Telford, English and Latin. 

William Alfred Quayle, English and Latin. 

Don Snell Colt, Mathematics. 

Samuel Alexander Lough, Latin. 
*Harman Jacob Hoover, Latin. 

Caroline Boughton, English. 

Homer Samuel Myers. 

Irwin Stimmel. 

Ada Lee Price. 

Samuel Brush Haskin, Mathematics. 

Edith James Kirkpatrick. 

Eli Merton Paddleford, Mathematics. 

Oliver Lincoln Utter. 

Samuel Brush Haskin, Gymnasium. 

Lilian Scott, English. 

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Jan. 


1916 
1916 






1858 


1862 


Mar. 


1865 Dec. 


1865 


Nov. 


1866 Jan. 


1867 


Mar. 


1869 June 


1869 




1877 


1878 




1886 


1887 




1887 


1888 




1888 


1889 




1889 


1890 




1892 


1895 




1893 


1895 




1895 


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1897 


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1903 


1904 




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1907 




1907 


1910 




1910 


1911 




1910 


1912 




1910 


1912 




1910 


1912 




1912 


1914 




1914 






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1858 


1859 


1859 


1860 


1872 


1873 


1876 






1873 


1879 


1880 


1881 


1884 


1881 


1883 


1884 


1885 


1885 


1886 


1886 


1888 


1886 


1887 


1890 


1891 


1891 


1892 


1891 


1892 


1891 


1892 


1891 


1892 


1892 


1893 


1892 


1893 


1892 


1893 


1892 


1893 


1893 


1894 



FACULTY 

George Emanuel Toomey, Gymnasium. 

Alfred Edgar Leach, Elocution. 

Louise Frederica Stoelzing, Modern Languages. 

William Melvin Clark, Mathematics. 

Roberta Alexander Simpson, Physics. 

Francis W. Fenn, Physics. 

Dora Clementine Markham, Latin. 

Mrs. Laura Kate Myler, Normal Department. 

Harry A. Gordon, Mathematics. 

Thomas James Riley, Mathematics and English. 

Jessie Amanda Skinner, English. 

Hattie R. Simonton, Normal Department. 

William Ray Manning, History. 

John Calhoun Bridwell, Biology. 

George Asbury Stephens, Normal Department. 

Ernest Milbourne Freeland, English. 

Harriet Kemp, Modem Languages. 

Frank Hamilton Hankins, Mathematics. 

Elmer Auther Riley, English. 

Arthur Ringer, Physics. 

Samuel Asher Deel, Chemistry. 

Alvin Wesley Ault, Latin. 

Louvenia Madeline Joseph, English and Latin. 

Levi Brown Smith, Mathematics and Physics. 

Willem B artel Wilton, German. 

Paul Evans, Mathematics. 

.ND TEACHERS OF COMMERCIAL BRANCHES 

William Alonzo French. 
J. C. Walker. 

'Emanuel James Baskerville. 
John K. Elwell. 
John W. Lampman. 
Zimri H. Lewis. 
1890 Jan. 1894 *William Neely Simpson. 

1890 1895 *Mabel Brockett. 

1891 1892 Charles Price Howell. 

1893 1894 Charles Newton Parsons. 

1894 1897 Francis Marion Powell. 

1895 Jan. 1897 Mary Myrtus Pendleton. 
Jan. 1897 1903 * Addison Ault. 

1896 1897 Edwin Oglesby Grimes. 
Mar. 1899 June 1899 Frank Ezra Wolf. 

1900 1902 Solomon Diffenbaugh Dice. 

1903 1905 Elmer H. McGill. 

1903 1904 Ernest C. Romano. 

1905 1906 Mrs. Olive Coddick Chapman. 

1906 1907 Anna Rogers. 

1907 1908 Harriet M. Huff. 

1907 1914 James Underwood Massey. 

1907 1908 Theodore Columbus Martin. 

1911 1912 William Rodney Thompson, A.B. 

1912 1912 Theodore Columbus Martin. 

1914 1916 Clarence Oliver Kimball, Jr. 

1915 1916 Solomon Diffenbaugh Dice. . 

1916 John Ray Lanphear. 

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1894 


1896 


1895 


1896 


1895 


1896 


1895 


1896 


1895 


1896 


1896 


1900 


1897 


1898 


1897 


1898 


1897 


1900 


1898 


1900 


1898 


1900 


1899 


1900 


1899 


1901 


1900 


1901 


1900 


1901 


1900 


1901 


1900 


1902 


1900 


1901 


1901 


1902 


1901 


1902 


1914 


1916 


1914 


1916 


STRUC 

1874 


TORS i 
1878 


1874 


1875 


1881 


1884 


1884 


1887 


1887 


1889 


1889 


1890 



FACULTY 



1902 


1903 


1902 


1905 


1902 


1905 


1903 


1904 


1903 


1904 


1904 


1905 


1904 


1906 


1904 


1905 


1905 


1906 


1905 


1907 


1905 


1907 


1906 


1908 


1906 


1907 


1907 


1908 


1908 


1910 


1908 


1909 


1909 


1912 


1911 


1913 


1911 


1913 


1913 


1914 


1913 


1914 


1913 


1914 


1914 


1915 


1914 


1915 


1914 


1915 


1915 


1916 


1915 




1915 




1916 





ASSISTANTS IN PHYSICAL TRAINING 
Joseph F. Reisner. 
Edith Bowers. 
Alpha Mills Ebright. 
Laura Wiley. 
George R. Strohm. 
Alice Catherine Reid. 
Anna Downey Porter. 
W. E. Knowles. 
Ruth Yoe. 
Aro M. Harvey. 
Warren F. Cook. 
Ivy Williams Riley. 
Forrest C. Allen. 
H. O. Maldiner. 
Clara Mary Brewster. 
J. C. Shover. 
Elmer Ray Norris. 
Elvia Nathan Stewart. 
MayBelle Harris. 
Edna Clare George. 
Herbert Allphin. 
William Henry Hertzog. 
Berna Hannum, Mus.B. 
Harris Fitzer. 
Harry Coleman. 
Marguerite Temple Barker. 
Clarence Clifford Clarridge. 
Lester Martel Bradley. 
Grace Alexander Spurgin. 



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II. OFFICERS OF THE FACULTY 



SECRETARY 



Jan. 


1863 


Mar. 


1863 


J. G. SCHNEBLEY. 


May- 


1863 


June 


1865 


J. H. Carruth. 


Sept. 


1865 


Dec. 


1865 


L. L. Hartman. 


Dec. 


1865 


Dec. 


1866 


C. H. Edgerton. 


Dec. 


1866 


June 


1867 


B. S. Potter. 


Sept. 


1867 


Dec. 


1868 


H. P. Shepard. 


Jan. 


1869 


Mar. 


1871 


W. W. Deverell. 


Sept. 


1873 


Mar. 


1876 


M. V. B. Knox. 


Mar. 


1876 


June 


1877 


Mrs. N. H. Knox. 


Sept. 


1877 


June 


1878 


C. A. Weaver. 


Sept. 


1878 


June 


1879 


W. L. French. 


Sept. 


1879 


June 


1880 


C. A. Weaver. 


Sept. 


1880 


June 


1882 


Frank J. Baker. 


Sept. 


1882 


June 


1883 


C. A. Weaver. 


Sept. 


1883 


June 


1885 


C. S. Parmenter. 


Sept. 


1885 


June 


1886 


W. A. QUAYLE. 


Sept. 


1886 


June 


1888 


C. S. Parmenter. 


Sept. 


1888 




1892 


O. G. Markham. 




1892 




1893 


G. W. Martin. 




1893 




1895 


S. A. Lough. 




1895 




1896 


G. W. Martin. 




1896 




1899 


G. P. Benton. 




1899 




1901 


W. C. Bauer. 




1901 




1904 


Addison Ault. 




1904 




1908 


W. H. Garrett. 




1908 




1913 


H. K. Ebright. 




1913 






D. L. Randall. 

LIBRARIAN 


Apr. 


1866 


y 




Asa D. Chambers. 


Jan. 


1869 


? 




J. G. Schnebly. 




p 


Apr. 


1877 


W. H. Sweet. 


Apr. 


1877 


June 


1877 


W. L. French. 


Sept. 


1877 


? 




John H. Price. 


Sept. 


1879 


June 


1880 


Miss M. M. Hammond. 


Sept. 


1880 June 


1881 


Mrs. Ada L. Baker. 




? 


June 


1883 


Miss A. F. Plasket. 


Sept. 


1883 


June 


1884 


Anna H. Kuhn. 


Sept. 


1884 


Tune 


1885 


Jessie F. Breyfogle. 


Sept. 


1885 




1890 


G. W. Hoss. 




1890 




1901 


E. M. Wood. 




1901 




1904 


S. A. Lough. 




1904 Dec. 


1912 


Mrs. Olive M. Wood. 


Jan. 


1913 
1913 


June 


1913 


Edith M. Clark (Acting) 
Hattie Osborn. 

PRECEPTRESS 


Sept. 


1871 


Oct. 


1872 


Mary M. Harford. 


Oct. 


1872 




1877 


Mrs. Janette Hill Knox. 


Sept. 


1877 


Nov. 


1877 


Emeline L. Allen. 


Nov. 


1877 




1880 


Mary M. Hammond. 




1880 




1883 


Mrs. Ada C. Baker. 



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OFFICERS 



1883 


1894 


Ida A. Ahlborn. 


1895 


1900 


Mrs. Ermina Fallass Murlin. 


1900 




Mrs. Alice Downey Porter. 
TREASURER 


Sept. 1873 Nov. 


1873 


M. V. B. Knox. 


Nov. 1873 


? 


W. H. Sweet. 


1877 


1879 


S. S. Weatherby. 


1879 


1889 


W. I. Graham. 


1889 


1890 


W. A. Quayle. 


1890 


1893 


S. E. Robertson. 


1893 


1894 


C. S. Parmenter. 


1894 


1896 


W. N. Simpson. 


1896 


1897 


F. M. Powell. 


1897 


1901 


S. A. Lough. 


1901 




F. E. Wolf. 

REGISTRAR 


1886 


1892 


Ida A. Ahlborn. 


1892 


1893 


A. E. Colegrove. 


1893 


1894 


O. M. Stewart. 


1894 


1895 


O. G. Markham. 


1895 


1898 


Lilian Scott. 


1898 


1905 


O. G. Markham. 


1905 


1912 


H. J. Hoover. 


1912 




S. A. Deel. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 


1886 


1889 


W. I. Graham. 


1889 


1890 


W. A. Quayle. 


1899 




C. S. Parmenter. 
CURATOR OF MUSEUM 


1886 




C. S. Parmenter. 

DEAN 


1905 




O. G. Markham. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN 


1897 


1902 


Scott E. W. Bedford. 


1902 


1904 


Nathaniel J. Adams. 


1907 


1910 


Anna Clark. 


1910 




Ruby Ethel Cundiff, A. B. 



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ROSTER OF THE OFFICERS OF THE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



Martin Van Buren Knox. 
Lyman Parks Weeks.... 
Martin Van Buren Knox. 
Charles Wesley Roberts. 

Thomas D. Leib 

Samuel Alexander Lough. 
Harry Bertrand Wren . . . 



President 

.1873-1874 Samuel Alexander Lough. .1897-1901 

. 1874-1875 James D. Smith 1901-1903 

.1875-1876 Merton Jay Stickel 1903-1904 

. 1876- ? Lilian Scott 1904-1909 

.1892-1893 William Colfax Markham. 1909-1912 

. 1893-1896 Marshall Morton Morgan . . 1912-1914 

.1896-1897 William Melvin Clark 1914- 



Vice-President 



Martin Van Buren Knox. .1874-1875 

James Crooks Hall 1875-1876 

Irving Roscoe Love joy 1876- ? 

Laura L. Ewing 1894-1895 

Bessie Boughton 1895-1896 

Harry Bertrand Wren 1897-1898 

(None elected) 1898-1901 

David H. Manley 1901-1903 



Nell Edith Chaffee 1903-1904 

Anna Livingston Keeling.. 
Mrs. Anna Keeling Hankins 

1904-1906 
Homer Kingsley Ebright. . .1906-1908 
Forrest Madison Hartley. . .1908-1912 
Homer Kingsley Ebright. . .1912-1914 
Frank Ezra Wolf 1914- 



Lyman Parks Weeks 1873- 

Mary Collingwood Hender- 
son 1874- 

Mrs. Nettie Hill Knox 1875- 

Mrs. Sylvia Euarcha Ashby 1876- 

Edith R. Dudgeon 1892- 

William Colfax Markham. 1894- 
George Anthus Marvel. .. .1895- 

Esther Almira Marvel 1896- 

Georgiana Reed 1897- 



secretary 

1874 Mrs. Anna Hair Finley. . . . 
Mrs. Carrie Hoover Mark- 

1875 ham 

1876 Merton Jay Stickel 

? Frank Ezra Wolf 

1894 Nora Dale Ames 

1895 Mary Brigham 

1896 Samuel Asher Deel 

1897 Ruby Ethel Cundiff 

1898 



1898-1900 

1900-1901 
1901-1903 
1903-1908 
1908-1912 
1912-1913 
1913-1914 
1914- 



Mary Collingwood Hender- 
son 1873- 

Mary Lucinda Clough 1874- 

Mrs. Sylvia Euarcha Ashby. 1875- 

Emma Plasket 1876- 

William Brown Swan 1892- 

Mrs. Mame Murray Hair. . .1893- 

Henry Thomas Davis 1895- 

Mrs. Mary Benedict Lough. 1896- 



treasurer 

Esther Almira Marvel 1897-1898 

1874 William Melvin Clark 1898-1903 

1875 Anna Livingston Keeling. .1903-1904 

1876 William Melvin Clark 1904-1906 

? Mrs. Blanche Case Hoover. 1906-1909 

1893 Marshall Morton Morgan 1909-1912 

1895 Mrs. Myrtle Walker Clark . 1912-1914 

1896 Willard Glass Hazen 1914-1915 

1897 Dossie May Stewart 1915- 



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ALUMNI OF THE COLLEGE OF 
LIBERAL ARTS 

There have been 1,091 graduates from the College of Liberal Arts — 623 men, 468 women. 
There have been 21 graduates from the Conservatory of Music — 6 men, 15 women. Of these 
21, 4 men had previously been graduated from the College, 6 women had been so graduated. 
Thus, there are 1,106 Alumni receiving the Bachelor's degree — 625 men, 481 women. 

CLASS OF 1866 

1. JAMES MULLOY CAVANESS. CHANUTE 

A.B.; A.M., 1869. Postmaster, Baldwin, 1865-66; Superintendent 
Schools, Butler, Mo., 1866; Superintendent Schools, Paola, 1867; Superin- 
tendent Schools, Chetopa, 1869-70; with Chetopa Advance, Chetopa, 1869-99; 
Postmaster, Chetopa, 1874-85; Editor Chetopa Advance, Chetopa, 1873-99; 
Minister M. E. Church, Neosho Falls, 1886-89; Editor Chanute Daily 
Tribune, Chanute, 1899-1903; Book Store, Chanute, 1903-07; with Chanute 
Daily Tribune, Chanute, 1907-. Author "Poems by Two Brothers" (with 
brother, A. A. B. Cavaness), "Jayhawker Juleps," "Rythmic Studies of the 
Word." Vice-President for Third District, Kansas Authors' Club, 1910. 
Trustee B. U., 1875-83. Born, Monrovia, Ind., March 29, 1842. Married 
Mary I. Swallow, March 4, 1873. Children: Ethel, May 16, 1874; Wilfred, 
Nov. 24, 1875; Herbert, Aug. 23, 1877. Father of Nos. 231, 263. 

2. *JAMES CROOKS HALL. 

A.B.; A.M., 1869; D.D., 1886. Organized first public schools in Har- 
risonville, Cass County, Mo., 1867; with Professor Trumball, organized and 
taught in Public Schools, Pleasant Hill, Mo., 1868-71; President of Lewis 
College, Glasgow, Mo., 1871-84; Minister M. E. Church, 1872-1914; without 
appointment, 1884-85; Supernumerary, 1885-86; El Dorado, 1886-91; Great 
Bend, 1891-95; Hutchinson, 1895-1900; Wellington, 1900-06; Lyons, 1906-12; 
Medicine Lodge, 1912-14; Retired, 1914. Delegate to General Conference, 
M. E. Church, 1892. Member of Ecumenical Methodist Conference, 1911. 
Born Bolton, Lancashire, England, Oct. 18, 1839. Married Olive Kezia 
Willey, No. 3, Sept. 25, 1867. Died July 5, 1914, burial at Wellington. 
Children: Lalage, July 15, 1875; Olive Lydia, Nov. 18, 1887. 

S. OLIVE KEZIA WILLEY, 3015 E. 31ST ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B.; A.M., 1869. Homekeeper, 1867-. Taught in Public Schools of 
Cass County, Mo., 1867-70; Professor Latin and Greek, Lewis College, Glas- 
gow, Mo., 1871-83. Born Paris, Ind., June 12, 1844. Married James Crooks 
Hall, No. 2, Sept. 25, 1867. Children: Lalage, July 15, 1875; Olive Lydia, 
Nov. 18, 1887. 

CLASS OF 1868 

4. CHARLES GAYLORD DEMING, 1624 ATFIELD AVE, RICH- 
MOND HILL, NEW YORK, N. Y. 

A.B.; A.M., 1871. B.D., Boston University, 1874. Minister M. E. 
Church, Council Grove, 1868; Leavenworth, 1869; Sabetha, 1870; Edwards- 
ville, 1871; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1872-73; 

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1868-72] GRADUATES 

Principal Conference Seminary, High Point, N. C, 1874-82; Pastor, Belle- 
ville, N. J., 1881; Stamford, N. Y., 1883-84: Bovina, N. Y., 1885; Leads, High 
H ; ll and Sandy Plains, N. Y., 1886-88; Woodstock, N. Y., 1889-93; Cowey- 
man's Hollow and Ravena, N. Y., 1894; Ravena, N. Y., 1895-96; Maiden on 
Hudson, N. Y., 1897-98; Retired, Kingston, N. Y., 1899-1907; Syracuse. N. Y., 
1907-14; Richmond Hill, N. Y. City, 1914-. Anti-Saloon League, Albany, 
N. Y., 1901-05. Born Monterey, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1844. Married Nellie J. 
Hall, Nov. 10, 1873. Married Annie M. Janney, March 15, 1882. Married 
Jennie M. Grant, April 15, 1885. Children: Mia Hamone, Nov. 7, 1874; 
Charles S., Nov. 17, 1876; Fred H., Feb. 12, 1878; Annie, Jan. 11, 1889; 
Maude, Oct. 5, 1890. 

5. THOMAS SEABROOK. 201 COLUMBUS AVE., PASSAIC, N. J. 

B.S.; A.M., 1871. Chairman Engineer Corps, Baltimore and Potomac 
R. R., 1868; Rodman Engineer Corps, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa., 
1869; Rodman, St. Louis, Council Bluffs and Omaha R. R., 1870; Assistant 
Engineer, Quincy, Alton and St. Louis R. R., 1871; Assistant Engineer, 
Pittsburgh, Virginia and Charleston R. R., 1872; Contractor on Pittsburgh, 
Wheeling and Kentucky R. R., 1873; Chief Engineer, Brownsville and Wash- 
ington Avenues Improvement, 1874; P. A. Engineer, Delaware Shore R. R., 
1875; Contractor on Pennsylvania R. R., 1876-77; in office of Superintendent 
of Transportation, Pennsylvania R. R., 1878; Chief Engineer, Bells Gap 
R. R., 1879-80; City Engineer, Altoona, Pa., 1881-82; Assistant Engineer, 
Pennsylvania R. R., 1883-85: private business, 1886-87; Assistant Engineer, 
Johnsenburgh R. R., 1888; Bridge and Tunnel Engineer, C. V. R. R., 1889; 
Construction Eng : neer and Superintendent of Construction, Mexican Pa- 
cific R. R., State of Chiapes, Mex., 1890-91; with Wise & Watson, Engineers 
and Surveyors, Passaic, N. J., 1892-94; on construction of Choctaw, Okla- 
homa and Gulf R. R., 1895; with F. K. Irving, Architect and Engineer, 
Passaic, N. J., 1896. Born Nov. 6, 1847. Married S. J. Adams, May 16, 1871. 



CLASS OF 1869 

6. JOHN. W. ROBINSON. 

A.B. Physician, Trinidad, Colo., 1898. 

7. ROBERT STUART SIMPSON McPHERSON 

A.B. M.D., The University of Michigan, 1867. Physician and Surgeon, 
Nevada City, Calif., 1869-71; Rosemond, 111., 1871-86; McPherson, 1886-. 
United States Examining Surgeon for Pensions, 1891-1905. Surgeon. Rock 
Island Railway Co., 1887-. Born Harrison Co., O., Feb. 3, 1841. Married 
Emma J. Salthouse, April 11, 1872. Children: Carl Moore, Feb. 22, 1873; 
Stanley Stuart, May 14, 1876; Nellie May, Nov. 27, 1878; Vera Pearl, Jan. 
26, 1884. Father of No. 545. 

CLASS OF 1872 

8. MARY CORDELIA DALLAS. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1872-. Junction City, 1879-87; Topeka, 1887-93; Chi- 
cago, 111., 1893. Born Sewellsville, Ohio. Married H. C. Speer, 1872. 

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CLASS OF 1873 

9. *MARY COLLINGWOOD HENDERSON. 

B.S. Homekeeper, 1875-1911. Born New York, N. Y, Nov. 10, 1852. 
Married John Baptist Henderson, Dec. 22, 1875. Died Nov. 15, 1911, burial 
at Calgary, Alta. Children: Mary Rebecca, Nov. 13, 1877; Olive, Sept. 30, 
1879; Eva, March 15, 1881; Arthur Cattar, Jan. 26, 1883; Isabel, Jan. 31, 1885; 
Nellie Winnifred, Aug. 24, 1887; John Baptist, Jr., May 31, 1890; Harold 
Heme, July 9, 1892; Ruth Monica, Sept. 25, 1895; Francis Hereward, Oct. 10, 
1897. 

10. *MARTIN VAN BUREN KNOX. 

A.B.; A. M., 1876; D.D., 1891. A. M. Boston University, 1879; Ph.D., Bos- 
ton University, 1881. Professor of Natural Science, Baker University, 1873- 
77; Graduate Student in Philosophy, Boston University, 1877-79; Minister 
M. E. Church, Supernumerary, 1879-80; Claremont, N. H., 1880-82; Lebanon, 
N. H„ 1882-85; Littleton, N. H„ 1885-88; Supernumerary, 1888-90; St. James, 
Manchester, N. H., 1890-92; President Red River Valley University, Waphe- 
ton, North Dakota, 1892-1900; Retired, Stoneham, Mass., 1903-12. Author 
"Winter in India and Malaysia", "Summer Saunterings", "The Religious 
Life of the Anglo-Saxon Race." Born Schroon, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1841. Married 
Janette Hill. No. 16, Jan. 9, 1871. Died March 13, 1912, burial at Danville, 
Vt. Child, infant son, Nov. 6, 1871. 

11. *LYMAN PARKS WEEKS. 
A.B. Died, 1903. 

CLASS OF 1874 

12. *SYLVIA EUARCHA DARNALL ASHBY (MRS.) 

B.S. Teacher in Public Schools, 1874-77; Assistant Editor of Kansas 
Magazine, 1877-78; Assistant Editor "U. S. Biographical Cyclopedia," San 
Antonio. Tex., 1878-81. Writer for various magazines. Born Milroy, Ind., 
Sept. 16, 1844. Married T. V. Ashby, 1861. Died, April 12, 1883, burial at 
Ottawa. 

13. MARY LUCINDA CLOUGH. 

A.B.; M.L., 1888. Married Col. Wanless, Colorado Springs, Colo., 1883. 

14. *CHARLES WESLEY ROBERTS. 

B S. Furniture dealer, Oskaloosa, 1874; Horticulturist, Lawrence. 1899; 
Superintendent of Construction, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, 1899; Chem- 
istry Building, 1902, and Green Hall, 1905, at the University of Kansas; 
owner Telephone Exchange, Perry, 1906-08. Born Centerville, O., Aug. 21, 
1851. Married Nannie Plasket, Sept. 1, 1875. Drowned at Perry, during 
flood, June 11, 1908, burial at Oskaloosa. Children: William Osman, Sept. 6, 
1876; Clarence Homer, May 19, 1882. 

CLASS OF 1876 

15. CLINTON KELLY JONES. 810 WALNUT ST, ROGERS, ARK. 

B.S. Ministerial Supply, M. E. Church. El Paso, Tex, 1876-77; Minister 
M. E. Church, El Paso, Tex, 1877-78; Delphos, 1878-79; Salina Circuit, 

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1876-77] GRADUATES 

1879-81; Waterville Circuit, 1881-82; Highland, 1882-84; Supernumerary, 
1884-87; Winchester, 1887-88; Retired, 1888. Editor Baldwin Visitor, 
Baldwin, 1886-87. Hardwood Lumber Business, Aurora, Ark., 1889-1909; 
Frankfort, 1910-14; Rogers, Ark., 1914-. Born Casey Co., Ky., Nov. 22, 
1847. Married Jessie LeVerne Hopkins, March 3, 1878. 

16. JANETTE A. HILL KNOX (MRS.) STONEHAM, MASS. 

A.B. A.M., Boston University, 1879. Ph. D., Allegheny College, 1897. 
Homekeeper, 1871-, Stoneham, Mass., 1903-. Professor of English, Baker 
University, 1872-77; Graduate Student in Philosophy, Boston University, 
1877-79; President of Woman's Missionary Society, New Hampshire Con- 
ference, 1879-92; President W. C. T. U., New Hampshire, 1880-92; Professor 
of English, German and French, Red River Valley University, Wapheton, 
North Dakota, 1892-1900; Vice-President of N. Dakota W. C. T. U., 1892- 
1900. Author "Justa Hamlin." Corresponding Secretary of Massachusetts 
W. C. T. U., and Editor of "Our Message," 1904-14. Born Londonderry, 
Vt., Jan. 24, 1845. Married Martin VanBuren Knox, No. 10, Jan. 9, 1871. 
Child, infant son, Nov. 6, 1871. 

CLASS OF 1877 

17. JOHN ALLEN HANCOCK MANKATO, MINN. 

B.S.; M.S., 1887; Ped. D., 1909. M.L., University of Wisconsin, 1890. 
A.M., Stanford University, 1893. Teacher in rural schools, 1877-80; Prin- 
cipal of Schools, Swan, Ind., 1880-81; Supervising Principal of Schools, Farm- 
land, Ind., 1881-85; Supervising Principal of Schools, Elroy, Wis., 1885-89; 
Graduate Student in Philosophy and Pedagogy, Wisconsin University, 1889- 
90; Superintendent of Schools, Green Bay, Wis., 1890-92; Graduate Student 
and Fellow in Philosophy and Pedagogy, Clark University, 1893-94; Super- 
intendent of Schools, Durango, Colo., 1894-97; Graduate Student in Philos- 
ophy and Pedagogy, Leipsig, Saxony, 1897-98; Durango, Colo., and Cali- 
fornia, 1898-1903; Director of Psychology, Pedagogy and Training Depart- 
ment in State Normal School, Mankato, Minn., 1903-. Born Paoli, Ind., 
1860. Married Cornelia Slonaker, July, 1883. 

18. JENNIE MURRAY. 607 DEKUM BLDG., PORTLAND, ORE. 

B.S.; A.M., 1909. Teacher, Girard, 1877-79; Homekeeper, Cherokee, 
1880-1898; LeLoup, 1898-1903; Evanston, 111., 1903-14; Portland, Ore., 1914-. 
President of Third Congressional District of Kansas, W. C. T. U.; Editor 
and Publisher of "Our Sunflower," 1880-98; Editor and Publisher of "Our 
Messenger," 1898-1903; Circulation Manager of "The Union Signal" and 
"The Crusader Monthly," 1903-10, Superintendent of Department of Cir- 
culation of National Official Papers of W. C. T. U., 1903-12; Superintendent 
of Press Department of National W. C. T. U., 1912-14; President, Oregon 
W. C. T. U., 1914-. Member National Geographical Society; Illinois 
Woman's Press Association, Executive Committee representative of the I. 
W. P. A. in the National Editorial Association; Oregon Woman's Press 
Association; League of American Pen Women. Born Bellvue, Mich., June 
25, 1858. Married Robert N. Kemp, June 23, 1880. Children: Harriet, June 
30, 1881; James Murray, June 1, 1883; Robert George, Sept. 25, 1885; Charles 
Anderson, Jan. 1, 1889. Mother of Nos. 304, 426. Sister of No. 143. 

19. ERVIN LLEWELLYN THORPE, 950 MARCY AVE., BROOKLYN, 

N. Y. 

A.B.; D.D., 1892. LL.B., Iowa State University, 1879; B.D., Iowa State 
University, 1880. A.M., Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1885. M.L., Yale Uni- 

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GRADUATES [1877-78 

versity, 1887; B.D., 1888. D.C.L., The University of Chicago, 1890. Minister 
M. E. Church, Garrison, la., 1879-80; Center Point, 1880-81; Nashua, 1881-82; 
Vice-president and Professor of Elocution and Belles Lettres, Upper Iowa 
University, 1882-86; Graduate Student, Yale University, 1*886-88; West 
Haven, N. Y., 1888-90; Bay Shore, 1890-91; First, Hartford, Conn., 1896-98; 
First, Topeka, 1898-99; First Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1899-02; Twenty- 
seventh St., New York City, 1902-07; Riverhead, N. Y., 1907-09; South Sec- 
ond St., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1909-12; St. Andrews, New Haven, Conn., 1912-13; 
Retired, 1913. Born Maiden, 111., Sept. 2, 1856. Married Margaret Elizabeth 
Esdon, Sept. 13, 1882. Child: Pearl Thorpe, Feb. 16, 1888. 

CLASS OF 1878 

20. *CHARLES GILBERT CRYSLER. 

A.B.; A.M., 1888. Ministerial Supply, Jewell City, 1875-76; Minister 
M. E. Church, Belleville, 1876-77; Wellsville, 1877-78; LeLoup, 1878-79; 
Carbondale, 1879-82; Waterville Circuit, 1882-83; North Lawrence, 1883-85; 
Lenexa, 1885-86; Oskaloosa, 1886-89; White City, 1889-92; Marysville, 1892- 
93; Oskaloosa, 1893-96; Spring Hill, 1896-99; retired, Baldwin, 1899-1914. 
Born St. Marys, Canada, Aug. 24, 1849. Married Buena V. Matheny, Sept. 
14, 1878. Child, Myrnice Marcia, June 24, 1888. Died, Nov. 14, 1916, burial 
at Baldwin City. Father of No. 673. 

81. WILLIAM ALONZO FRENCH, 3708 CENTRAL ST, KANSAS 
CITY, MO. 

A.B.; A.M., 1881. Teacher, 1878-91; Professor of Mathematics, Shaw 
University, Holly Springs, Miss., 1878. Graduate Student, Boston Uni- 
versity, 1890; Newspaper work, Topeka, 1891-02; Proprietor of Southwest 
Press Clipping Bureau, Kansas City and Topeka, 1902-. Born Medina 
County, O., Feb. 26, 1853. Married Ella N. Dennis, June 30, 1880. Married 
Flora M. Adams, May 1, 1889. Children; Ethel Evelyn, Lois Adams, Philip 
Adams. 

22. IRVING ROSCOE LOVEJOY. INDIO, CALIF. 

A.B.; A.M., 1881. S.T.B., Boston University, 1897. General Merchandise 
Store, Kansas City, 1879-80; Minister M. E. Church, Dunlap, 1880-81; Gradu- 
ate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1881-83; Hartford, 1883-85; 
Girard, 1885-87; Waverly, 1887; San Jacinto, Calif., 1887-89; Murietta, Calif., 
1889-92; Winchester, Calif, 1892-94; Artesia, Calif, 1894-95; Montesano, 
Wash, 1895-96; Centralia, Wash, 1896-98; New Whatcom, Wash, 1898; 
Everett, Wash, 1898-1902; Central, Stockton, Calif, 1902-04; Eureka, Calif, 
1904-06; Ferndale, Calif, 1906-07; Conference Evangelist, 1907-09; Eagle 
Rock, Calif, 1910; Annandale, Los Angeles, Calif, 1910-14; Yuma, Ariz, 
1914-16; Indio, Calif, 1916-. Born Manhattan, Sept. 17, 1855. Married 
Eden L. Campbell, Aug. 16, 1882. Children: Julia Lucy, Aug. 27, 1883; 
George Hazleton, Jan. 12, 1886; Eden Romona, April 21, 1888; Clara Myrtle, 
Dec. 19, 1890; Charles Irving, Oct. 29, 1893; John Cranston, Jan. 12, 1896; 
Mary Eliza, March 24, 1898. 

23. EMMA EDITH PLASKET. JOSEPHINE, ALA. 

B.S. At home, Baldwin City, 1878-85; Lawrence, 1885-1908; Milliner, 
Oskaloosa, 1892-94; Nurse, Lawrence, 1909-10; Portland, Ore, 1910-13; 
Josephine, Ala, 1913-. Born Bethlehem, Ind, Oct. 19, 1854. 

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1878-79] GRADUATES 

24. CHARLES WESLEY SMITH. 

B.S. Teacher near Kansas City, 1878-81. Minister M. E. Church, Van- 
dalia and St. Catherine, Mo., 1881-84; Evangelist in Missouri, 1884-85; Pro- 
fessor of Latin, Pauline Holiness College, Mound, Mo., 1885-86; Evangelist 
Northwest Kansas and Eastern Colorado Conference, 1886-90; Editor of 
"The Message of Love," Flagler, Colo., 1887-91; Teacher, Flagler, Colo., 
1891-92; Editor of "Flagler Advance," Flagler, Colo., 1891-94; Teacher, Kit 
Carson County, Colo., 1894-96; Minister Congregational Church, Flagler, 
Colo., 1896-1903; Getchell, Valley City, N. Dak., 1903-04; Melville, N. Dak., 
1904-07; Sykestown, N. Dak., 1907-10; Crary, N. Dak., 1910-. Married 
Luella M. O'Byrne, Sept. 13, 1883. 

25. SOLOMON K. WENRICK. CLIPPER GAP, CALIF. 

B.S. Teacher, Oskaloosa, 1878; Washington College, Huntsville, Wash., 
1880-82; Stock Farmer, 1883-89; Trinidad, Colo., 1889-91; Railroad Agent, 
Baca, Calif., 1900-03; Supply Agent, Roberts Lumber Co., Loyalton, Calif., 
1903-10; Employe of Pacific Gas and Electric Co., Clipper Gap, Calif., 1910-. 
Born Iowa, July 17, 1855. Married B. Ellen II iff, Oct., 1882. 



CLASS OF 1879 

26. GEORGE WHITFIELD BROWNING. CENTRALIA 

B.S.; M.S., 1889. Minister M. E. Church, Baldwin Circuit, 1879; Park- 
dale, Topeka, 1880; Lyndon, 1881-83; White City, 1884-86; Alma, 1887-8; 
Kansas Avenue, Topeka, 1889-93; Council Grove, 1894-96; Centralia, 1897-04; 
Retired, Centralia, 1905-. Born Van Buren County, Iowa, Feb. 18, 1846. 
Married Augusta R. Kircher, May 28, 1884. 

27. *JOHN HENRY PRICE. 

B.S. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1883. Minister M. E. Church, 
Humboldt Circuit 1879-81; Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1881-83; Madison, 1883-85; Erie, 1885-87; Pittsburg, 1887-89; Paola, 
1889-91; Chanute, 1891-94; Parsons, 1894-97; Superintendent Ft. Scott District, 
1897-1903; First, Emporia, 1903-07; Independence, 1907-09; First, Iola, 1909- 
12. Trustee Baker University, 1885-1912. Delegate to General Conference, 
M. E. Church, 1900. Born Walshville, 111., Feb. 1, 1850. Married Ida M. 
Osborne, March 24, 1886. Children, Ruth Osborne, Nov. 20, 1887; Paul 
Hugh, Aug. 31, 1890; Helen Elizabeth, July 17, 1892; Ralph Henry, Feb. 26, 
1895. Died March 21, 1912, burial at Baldwin City. Father of Nos. 717, 1001. 

28. JARED MORGAN WILSON. COLFAX, CALIF. 

B.S.; M.S., 1889. Minister M. E. Church, Wamego, 1879-81; Council 
Grove, 1881-83; Wakefield, 1883-84; Chapman, 1884-87; Wamego, 1887-89; 
Walnut Grove, Topeka, 1889-91; Susanville, Calif., 1891-96; Carson City, Nev., 
1896-1900; Bishop, Calif., 1900-03; Cedarville, 1903-05; Winnemucca, Nev., 
1907-10; Greenville, Calif., 1910-14; Fallan, Nev., 1914-15; Colfax Calif., 1915-. 
Born Peru, Ind., June 26, 1851. Married Candace Stephenson, Sept. 28, 1882. 
Married Mary C. Powell, Feb. 14, 1911. Children: Ernest E., Jan. 17, 1884; 
Frederick W., Jan. 15, 1888; Ruth S., Jan. 13, 1897. 

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CLASS OF 1881 

29. VALEDA HULL BIDDISON. TEXARKANA, TEX. 

B.S.; A.M., 1883. Minister M. E. Church, Pittsburg, 1882; Caney, 1883; 
Lane, 1884; Leonardville, 1885-86; Green, 1887; Circleville, 1888; Irving, 1889- 
90; Supernumerary, 1891-93; Located, 1893; Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion, Marshall County, 1891-93; Published Institute Course in Psychology, 
1892; Chaplain State Senate, 1893; Editor of People's Advocate, Marysville, 
1894-95; M. E. Minister (Supply) St. Marys, 1895-97; Chaplain, 22d Reg. 
Kans. Vol. Inf., 1898; M. E. Minister (Supply) Manhattan, 1899-05; Admitted 
to the Supreme Court of Kansas, 1905; Attorney, Pawnee, Okla., 1905-14; 
Texarkana, Tex., 1914-. Born Portsmouth, O., June 14, 1861. Married Kate 
Hawes, July 11, 1882. Children, John J., Oct. 4, 1883; Pascal McDonald, Dec. 
13, 1884; W. Valjean, March 30, 1886; Clare Lavon, Sept. 22, 1887; Edna 
Marsted Eleanor, Sept. 21, 1889; James Hawes, Oct. 20, 1891; Fanny Kath- 
erine, Feb. 4, 1895. Brother of No. 46. 

30. *CHARLES WESLEY GULLETTE. 

A.B.; A. M., 1884. B.S., Moores Hill College, 1877. D D., Fort Worth 
University, 1889. Minister M. E. Church, Cross Plains Circuit, Ind., 1877-78; 
Delaware Circuit, Ind., 1878-79; Americus, 1880-81; Eureka, 1881-83; Paola, 
1883-85; First, Ottawa, 1885-88; Baldwin, 1888-89; St. Paul, Springfield, O., 
1889-90; Hamilton, O., 1890-94; Trinity, Cincinnati, O., 1894-98; Grace, Day- 
ton, O., 1898-1902. Born Dillsboro, Ind., Nov. 17, 1853. Married Katherine 
Elizabeth Mapes, Aug. 30, 1877. Married Minnie Cameron, Sept. 5, 1895. 
Children: Ruby, Sept. 15, 1886; Elaine, Feb. 22, 1889; Cameron Charles, 
Aug. 1, 1896. Died June 14, 1902, burial at Moores Hill, Ind. 

31. *ROBERT LEROY McNABB. 

B.S.; A.M., 1887. S.T.B., DePauw University, 1890. Minister M. E. 
Church, Silver Lake, 1878; St. Marys, 1879; LeLoup, 1880; Supernumerary, 
1881, Belleville, O., 1882; Westmoreland, 1883; Council Grove, 1884; Junc- 
tion City, 1885-87; Washington, 1888; Lastant, 111., 1888-89; Graduate Stu- 
dent in Theology, DePauw University, 1889-90; Missionary in charge of Ing 
Chung District and Hinghwa Theological School, Foochow Conference, 
China, 1892-95; Absent on leave in America, 1895-97; Monte Vista, Colo., 
1897; Atlanta, 111., 1898-99; Camp Point, 111., 1899-1901; Potomac, 111., 1901- 
03; Supernumerary, 1903-04. Born Nashville, O., April 17, 1855. Married 
Jennie E. Gibson, July 28, 1881 (died Jan. 17, 1887). Married Sallie M. 
Canan, June 25, 1891. Died, Jan. 16, 1904, burial at Topeka. Children: 
George C; Robert Paul, Sept. 1896. 

32. JOHN WESLEY STEWART. ANDERSON, MO. 

B.S.; A.M.; D.D., 1896. Minister M. E. Church, Oxford, 1877-79; in 
school, Baker University, 1879-81; Beulah, 1881-84; Pittsburg, 1884-85; Pitts- 
burg and Opolis, 1885-86; Pittsburg, 1886-87; Fredonia, 1887-89; Chanute, 
1889-90; Superintendent Emporia District, 1890-91; First, Emporia, 1891-94; 
First, Ottawa, 1894-96; Carthage, Mo., 1896-03; Howard Memorial, Kansas 
City, Mo., 1903-06; Grace, Springfield, Mo., 1906-11; Bowman, St. Louis, 
Mo., 1911-12; Supernumerary, 1912-13; Anderson, 1913-15; Conference Evan- 
gelist, 1915-16; Retired, Anderson, Mo., 1916-. Trustee of Baker University, 
1891-99. Married Jennie E. Parks. 

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CLASS OF 1882 

33. *RILEY THOMAS BALDWIN. 

B.S.; M.S., 1888. Minister M. E. Church, Parkerville, 1882; Chalk Mound, 
1883; Idana, 1884; Bucks Grove, 1885; Hollenberg, 1886-87; Oketo, 1888-89; 
Supernumerary, 1890-91; Wilber, Ore., 1891; Lakeview, Ore., 1892-93; Oak- 
land, Ore., 1894; Canyonville, Ore., 1895; Marshfield, Ore., 1896; Retired, 
1896-1913. Born Sangamon County, 111., May 17, 1856. Married Sarah Rey- 
nolds, Mar. 20, 1884 (died Aug. 31, 1887). Married Emma Craik, Jan. 14, 
1890. Died Aug. 6, 1913, burial at Oketo. Children: Roscoe Simpson, Oct. 
1, 1885; Grace Washington, Oct. 24, 1890; Ross Taylor, Jan. 8, 1892. 

34. JEFFERSON JAMES HURT. CHANUTE 

B.S.; M.S., 1887. Clerk of District Court, Neosho County, 1883; Lawyer 
and Broker, 1886-. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1900. Born 
Wayne County, Ky., March 25, 1854. Married Clara T. Anderson, July 3, 
1886. Children: Leon J., Aug. 29, 1887; Ruth A., March 25, 1891; Everett 
P., Dec. 15, 1896. 

35. GEORGE BANCROFT NORTON. BEAUMONT, TEX. 

B.S.; A.M.; 1889 S.T.B., Boston University, 1890. S.T.D., Williamette 
University, 1892. Minister, M. E. Church, Reading, 1883-84; Toronto, 1884- 
85; Cedar Point, 1885-87; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 
1887-90; Professor O. T. Theology, Aoyama, Japan, 1890-93; Author of 
"Principles of Biblical Interpretation" in Japanese, 1892; South Kansas 
Conference, without appointment, 1894; withdrew from ministry of M. E. 
Church, 1895. Minister Protestant Episcopal Church, Grace, Brookfield, 
Mo., 1895-98; Trinity Church, Trinidad, Colo., 1898-03; St. Paul's Church, 
Newport, Ark., 1903-07; St. Mark's Church, Beaumont, Tex., 1907-. Deputy 
to General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1904, '07, '10, 
'13, '16. Dean of the S. E. Convocation Diocese of Texas. Born, George- 
town, 111. Married May L. Kirkpatrick, July 3, 1884. 



CLASS OF 1883 

36. *EMANUEL JAMES BASKERVILLE. 

B.S.; A.M., 1889. Professor Penmanship and Oratory, Baker University, 
1883; Minister M. E. Church, Centropolis, 1884; Graduate Student in The- 
ology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1885-89; Washington, 1889-90; Clay Center, 
1891-93; Madison, Wis., 1893-98; Detroit, Mich., 1898-1901; Conference Evan- 
gelist, 1901-08; Retired, Madison, Wis., 1908-15. Author of "Personal Evan- 
gelism"; "Workers' Guide"; "What Jesus Said and Did." Born Earlville, 
Iowa, Oct. 24, 1857. Married Sadie R. Dudgeon, August 29, 1883. Died 
Apr. 14, 1915, burial at Madison, Wis. Children: De Witt Dudgeon, May 
24, 1888; Grace, March 27, 1890; Stella Edith, Sept. 18, 1892. 

37. *ELLA HIMBROD. 

B.S. Humbold, Iowa, Farm Life and Teaching, 1883-87; Pomona, Calif., 
1887. Born Waterford, Pa., 1861. Married Olney W. Lorbeer, June 4, 
1889. Died Pomona, Calif., 1896. 

38. *JESSIE MAY HUMPHREY. 

B.S. At home, Butler, Mo., 1883-87. Homekeeper, Baldwin, 1887-90; 
Lawrence, 1890-92. Born Iowa City, la., Sept. 26, 1862. Married Howard 
B. Topping, Oct. 6, 1887. Died Nov. 30, 1892, burial at Baldwin City. 

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GRADUATES [1883 

39. JOHN STUART SIMMONS. HUTCHINSON 

A.B.; A.M., 1886. Principal Baldwin Schools, 1883-84; Lawyer, Colorado 
City, Tex., 1884-86; Lawyer, Dighton, 1886-1906; County Attorney, Lane 
County, 1890-94; President First National Bank, Dighton; Superintendent 
State Reformatory, Hutchinson, 1899-03; Member of State Legislature, 190*5, 
1907; Speaker of the House, 1907; Member Board of Managers of State 
Reformatory, Hutchinson, 1905-09; Lawyer, Hutchinson, 1907-. Trustee 
Baker University, 1903-15. Born Baldwin, Aug. 6, 1860. Married Emma 
Brown, Nov. 12, 1886. Children: Harriet Elizabeth, Sept. 29, 1889; John 
Stuart, April 27, 1892; Adda Emma, July 4, 1896; Catherine Irene, May 
31, 1901. 

40. FLORENCE LYDIA SNOW. NEOSHO FALLS 

B.L.; A.M., 1909. Graduate student in English, the University of Wash- 
ington, Summer 1914; the University of Colorado, Summer 1915. Member 
Kansas Authors' and Artists' Club, Kansas Authors' Club, Kansas Academy 
of Language and Literature (president latter, 1895). At home, Neosho 
Falls, 1883-91. Cashier Citizen's Bank, Neosho Falls, 1891-00; Cashier Sain 
and Snow, Loan and Discount Firm, 1900-12. At home, Neosho Falls, 1912-. 
Writer of verse, literary criticism and short stories. Author "The Lamp 
of Gold." Delegate General Conference M. E. Church, 1904. Born Bell- 
more, Ind., June 18, 1861. 

41. EMMA SULLIVAN. 3800 CENTRAL ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. At home, Baldwin, 1883-88; Homekeeper, 1888-. Born Manchester, 
O., April 30, 1861. Married Henry Snavely Siegrist, No. 67, Dec. 27, 1888. 
Children: Ivan, Oct. 21, 1889; Frank Bowman, May 20, 1891; Lucy, July 
28, 1893. Sister of No. 42. Mother of No. 1007. 

42. SADE SULLIVAN, 1007 N. CAROLINE ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. Teacher in rural schools, Osage County, and Public 
Schools, Baldwin, 1883-86; Homekeeper, 1886-. President Baltimore Branch, 
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, 1911-. Born Five Mile, O., Dec. 22, 
1862. Married Don Snell Colt, No. 71, April 6, 1886. Children: Frederick 
Sullivan, Aug. 29, 1887; John Milton, Oct. 2, 1890; Mary, Nov. 4, 1893; Ruth, 
Feb. 2, 1896; Don Snell, Jr., June 9, 1902. Sister of No. 41. 

43. ELIZA ARMSTRONG TELFORD. SPRING HILL 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. Tutor, English and Latin, Baker University, 1881-84; 
Teacher, Olathe Academy, Olathe, 1887-88; also 1891-93; Teacher High 
School, Spring Hill, 1897-98; Instructor in Latin, Baker University, 1900-14. 
At home, Spring Hill, 1914-. Born, Crawford County, O., July 12, 1858. 

44. *WILLIAM THOMAS YORK. 

B.S.; M.S., 1888. Minister M. E. Church, Moran, 1883-84; Cedarville, 
1884-86; Monmouth, 1886-87; Liberty, 1887-89; Dennis, 1889-90; Mound Val- 
ley, 1890-91; La Fontaine, 1891-92; Altamont, 1892-94; Crestline, 1894-96; 
Farlington, 1896-98; Retired, 1898, Maple City, 1898-1908; Winfield, 1908-14. 
Born Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 29, 1852. Married Ella J. Buckingham, Sept. 6, 
1882. Died Dec. 30, 1914, burial at Winfield. Children: Albert, Aug. 5, 1883; 
Bertha Lilian, Jan. 29, 1887; Ella, Nov. 8, 1889. 

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CLASS OF 1884 

45. SAMUEL EASON BETTS, 3619 OLIVE ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

B.S. Minister M. E. Church, Paxico, 1887-88; Hope, 1888-90; Herington, 
1890-92; Perry, 1892-93; Oakland, Topeka, 1893-94; Clifton, 1894-96; Central, 
Kansas City, 1896-99; Superintendent Bethany Hospital, 1899-03; Council 
Grove, 1904-05; Agent Methodist Home for Aged, Topeka, 1905-06; Abilene, 
1906-09; Bowman, St. Louis, Mo., 1909-10; Clinton, Mo., 1910; Superintendent 
Methodist Hospital, Guthrie, Okla., 1910-11; Wesley Chapel, Oklahoma 
City, Okla., 1911-12; National Lecturer, World's Purity Federation, 1912-. 
Born Tipton, Iowa, March 18, 1857. Married Emma S. Sawtell, Oct. 7, 1889. 
Children: Myrna Gertrude, Sept. 4, 1890; Karl Browning, April 10, 1892. 

46. ARTHUR JEFFERSON BIDDISON, SUITE 605-9 R. T. DANIEL 

BLDG., TULSA, OKLA. 

B.S. Editor, Clay Center Argus, Clay Center, 1884-85; Professor of 
Mental and Political Science, Carlton Institute, Farmington, Mo., 1885-87; 
President Whittier College, Salem, Iowa, 1887-89; Lawyer, Coffeyville, 1889- 
93; Lawyer and U. S. Commissioner, Pawnee, O. T., 1893-99; Member of 
Oklahoma Senate, 1899-00; Lawyer, Pawnee, O. T., 1900-07; Lawyer, Tulsa, 
Okla., 1907-. Vice-President and General Counsel, Tulsa Traction Co. 
Author "Biddison on Civil Procedure Under the Code." Born McConnells- 
ville, O., June 6, 1864. Married Nina M. Wroe, May 9, 1907 (died May 27, 
1914). Brother of No. 29. 

47. FRANK LEE BREYFOGLE. CHANUTE 

A.B. LL.B., Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1886. Lawyer, 
Lenexa, 1884-91; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1891-02; Lawyer, Chanute, 
1902-. Brother of Nos. 48, 186. 

48. JESSIE FREMONT BREYFOGLE, 545 W. 3D ST., LONG BEACH, 

CALIF. 

B.S. Student Chicago Art Institute, Summer 1884. Instructor in Art, 
Baker University, 1884-86; Homekeeper, Baldwin, 1886-89; Chanute, 1889-10; 
Baldwin, 1910-11; Chanute, 1911-12; Long Beach, Calif., 1912-. Born Dela- 
ware, O., May 13, 1862. Married Lyman Beecher Keifer, August 25, 1886. 
Children: Jean Elmora, May 21, 1887; Grace Elizabeth, May 2, 1890; Lyman 
Beecher, Jr., March 17, 1900. Sister of Nos. 47, 186. 

49. BASCOM ROBBINS. 36 S. FOREST, KANSAS CITY, KANS. 

B.S.; M.S., 1887. A.M., Allegheny College, 1896, and Ph.D., 1897. Min- 
ister M. E. Church, Welda, 1885-86; Longton, 1886-88; Sedan, 1888-90; Mo- 
line, 1890-91; Longton, 1891-92; Toronto, 1892-96; Americus, 1896-98; Bur- 
lington, 1898-04; Cherryvale, 1904-09; Superintendent Emporia District, 
1909-15; Olathe, 1915-16; Girard, 1916; Financial Administration Secretary, 
Bethany Hospital, 1916-. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1912. 
State Chaplain, Sons of Veterans, one term. Born Dallas Co., Mo., Feb. 9, 
1861. Married Carrie Dell Moore, Dec. 23, 1885. Children, Esther, Mar. 16, 
1890; Martin V., Jan. 22, 1896; Winona, Mar. 16, 1897. Brother of No. 245. 

50. THOMAS EDDY SISSON. WEATHERFORD, OKLA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1890. S.T.B., Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colo., 1896. 
Ph.D., University of Denver, 1902. Minister M. E. Church, Pomona, 
1884-85; Winnemucca, Nev., 1885-87; Bishop Creek, Nev., 1887-88; Mason 
Valley, Calif., 1888-90; Truckee, Calif, 1890-^91; Lake Tahoe, Calif., 1891-92; 

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GRADUATES [1884-85 

Dunsmuir, Calif., 1892-93; Graduate Student in Theology, Iliff School of 
Theology, 1893-96; Grand Junction, Colo., 1896-99; Cripple Creek, Colo., 
1899-02; Edwardsville, 111., 1902-05; Olney, 111., 1905-07; Claremore, Okla., 
1907-08; S. S. Missionary, East Oklahoma Mission, 1908-14; McAlester, 
Okla., 1914-16; Weatherford, Okla., 1916-. Born Ioka, Iowa, July 23, 1860. 
Married Rosa Belle Simmons, May 5, 1885 (died, 1915). Children: Bonnidel 
Dec. 5, 1886; Raymond Hurst, March 2, 1889; Lois Belle, Oct. 21, 1893. 
Father of No. 656. 

51. WILLIAM ARTHUR THEW. CONWAY SPRINGS 

B.S. Teacher, Oxford, 1884-87; Druggist, Arkansas City, 1887-94; Drug- 
gist, Conway Springs, 1896-. Born La Rue, O., Dec. 4, 1860. Married 
Annie E. Gibbon, Dec. 8, 1887. Child: Joseph G., May 28, 1889. 

CLASS OF 1885 

52. WILLIAM WRIGHT ARMSTRONG, 204 DOOLEY BLDG., SALT 

LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

B.S. LL.B., University of Wisconsin, 1887. Banking Business, Salt 
Lake City, Utah, 1890-. Born Darlington, Wis., Sept. 18, 1865. Married 
Eva Lees, August 28, 1889. Child: Sherman, June 11, 1891. 

53. GEORGE DENISON KNIPE. EMMET, IDAHO 

B.S.; M.S., 1889; Ped.D., 1909. Principal Schools, Garrison, 1885-87; 
Principal Schools, Olsburg, 1887-88; Principal Ward School, Manhattan, 
1888-91; Superintendent Schools, Manhattan, 1891-00; Farmer, Garrison, 
1900-02; Professor of Education, State Normal School, Alva, Okla., 1902-08; 
Professor of Education, State Normal School, Albion, Ida., 1910-16; Farmer, 
Emmet, Ida., 1916-. Born Manhattan, Sept. 8, 1861. Married Mary Anna 
Greene, July 5, 1893. Children: Everett Bancroft, May 7, 1894; William 
Bernard, Sept. 4, 1895; Lucy Margaret, March 6, 1898; Hubert Branham, 
Dec. 18, 1899. 

54. ALBERT M. LUMPKIN. 

A.B.; A.M., 1888. Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute, 1888-90. Minister M. E. Church, Dana, 111., 1888-89; Sibley, 111., 1889-90; 
Piper City, 111., 1890-92; Madison Ave., Peoria, 111., 1892-93; Chillicothe, 

111., 1893-94; Bardolph, 111., 1895-96; Pekin, 111., 1896-97; Wyo., 1897-98; 

N. Mex., 1898-99; El Paso, Tex., 1899-1900; Las Vegas, N. Mex., 

1900-02; Cananea, Ariz., 1904-05; Flagstaff, Ariz., 1905-06. 

55. ROSELLA DE MOTTE MITCHEM, ARGENTINE R. F. D. NO. 2, 

KANSAS CITY. 

B.L.; M.L., 1888. Teacher, Argentine, 1885-88; Homekeeper, Kansas 
City, 1888-. Born Wyandotte Co., Aug. 19, 1862. Married John Coughlin, 
Dec. 2, 1888. Children: Ernest Mitchem, Aug. 26, 1890; Rose Lavernia, Nov. 
20, 1891; John Laverne, Sept. 11, 1894; Laura Ruth, Aug. 24, 1896; Florence 
Marie, Feb. 24, 1899; Olive Bernice, Dec. 22, 1901. Mother of No. 858. 

56. WILLIAM ALFRED QUAYLE, 14 N. KING'S HIGHWAY, ST. 

LOUIS, MO. 

A.B.. A.M.. 1888; Litt.D., 1901; LL.D., 1908. Ph.D., Allegheny College, 
1892. D.D., DePauw University, 1892. LL.D., Lawrence College, 1908. 
Tutor English and Latin, Baker University, 1883-85; Adjunct Professor of 

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1885-86] GRADUATES 

Ancient Languages, 1885-86; Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 
1887-90; President, 1890-94. Minister M. E. Church, 1885; Pastor, Inde- 
pendence Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 1894-97; Meridien St., Indianapolis, 
Ind., 1897-1900; Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 1900-04; St. James, Chicago, 
111., 1904-08; Bishop M.E. Church, 1908-, Residence, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
1908-12; St. Paul, Minn., 1912-16; St. Louis, Mo., 1916-. Member General 
Conference M. E. Church, 1896, 1908. Delegate to Ecumenical Conference, 
1911. Fraternal Delegate to English and Irish Wesleyan Church, 1902. 
Member Joint Hymnal Revision Committee, M. E. Church and M. E. 
Church, South, 1901. Phi Beta Kappa. Trustee Baker University, 1895-99. 
Author "Poet's Poet and Other Essays," "A Study in Current Social 
Theories,' "A Hero and Some Other Folks," "The Blessed Life," 
"Book and Life," "The Pastor Preacher," "In God's Out-of-Doors," 
"Laymen in Action," "Eternity in the Heart," "The Prairie and the Sea," 
"Lowell and the Christian Faith," "God's Calendar," "The Book of Ruth," 
"The Song of Songs," "The Climb to God," "Beside Lake Beautiful," 
"Poems," "Recovered Yesterdays in Literature." Born Parkville, Mo., 
June 25, 1860. Married Allie Hancock Davis, Jan. 28, 1886. Children: 
Wilfred Russell, Mar. 16, 1888; Allie Gayle, Apr., 23, 1893. 

57. CHARLES RUTHERFORD ROBINSON. FT. SMITH, ARK. 

A.B.; A.M., 1888; D.D., 1905. Minister M. E. Church, Ashland, 1886-90; 
ness City, 1890. Graduate student. Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 
1890-92; Meade, 1892-93; Waterman, 111., 1893-95; Plainfield, 111., 1895-98; 
Leavitt St., Chicago, 111., 1898-1900; Adams St., Chicago, 111., 1900-04; First, 
Ottawa, 111., 1904-08; Tabernacle, Dallas, Tex., 1908-11 Superintendent East 
Oklahoma Mission and Superintendent, Tulsa, Okla,, District, 1911-16; 
Nowata, Okla., 1916; Superintendent Ft. Smith District, Ark., 1916-. 
Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1912. Born Jackson, Mich., 
June 15, 1857. Married Augusta Bowman, June 15, 1886. Children: Blanche 
Martha, Apr. 5, 1887; George Benjamin, Jan. 7, 1890; Bruce Bowman, Apr. 
17, 1891; Miles Rutherford, May 27, 1896. Father of No. 945. 



CLASS OF 1886 

58. JOSEPH LITTLE BRISTOW. SALINA 

A.B.; A.M., 1889; LL.D., 1909. Clerk District Court, Douglas County, 
1886-90; Editor Baldwin Ledger, Baldwin, 1888-90; Editor and Owner Salina 
Daily and Weekly Republican, and Irrigation Farmer, Salina, 1890-95; Sec- 
retary Republican State Committee, 1894-98; Editor and Publisher Ottawa 
Herald, Ottawa, 1895-05; Private Secretary to Gov. E. N. Morrill, 1895-97; 
U. S. Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Washington, D. C, 1897-05; 
Investigation and Reorganization of Postal Service of Cuba, 1901; Con- 
ducted Postal Investigation under Roosevelt, 1903; Editor and Owner, 
Salina Daily Republican Journal, Salina, 1903-; Special Commissioner, Pan- 
ama Railroad, 1905; United States Senator from Kansas, 1909-15; Chairman 
Kansas Utilities Commission, 1915-. Trustee Baker University, 1906-. 
Born Wolfe County, Ky., July 22, 1861. Married Margaret H. Hendrix, 
Nov. 11, 1879. Children: William H., Oct. 19, 1880; Bertha M., Dec. 18, 
1881; Joseph R., March 5, 1884; Frank Baker, Dec. 13, 1885; Edwin M., 
Feb. 18, 1888. 

59. *CORA A. EMICK. 

B.S. Died, Nov. 10, 1885, burial at Clay Center. 

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GRADUATES [1886 

60. CHARLES MILETUS HILL. TOPEKA 

A.B.; A.M., 1889. Teacher, 1887-88; Dealer in Real Estate, Indian 
Territory, 1889-90; U. S. Commissioner and Clerk in Charge, Pawnee Indian 
Agency, 1890-94; County Clerk, Pawnee County, Okla., 1895-97; Editor of 
Times Democrat, Pawnee, Okla., 1897. 

61. *HUGH ANDREW JONES. 

A.B.; A.M., 1889. Law student, Kansas City, Mo., 1886-90; Admitted 
to Missouri Bar at Kansas City, Mo., 1890; Assistant Attorney for J. H. 
Van Vlissingen & Bro., Chicago, 111., 1891-95; Member of firm of R. E. 
Ismond & Co., Chicago, 111., 1895-98; Manager Massachusetts Telephone and 
Telegraph Co., Boston, Mass., 1899-01; Assistant Sales Manager for Strom- 
berg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1901-04; District Man- 
ager Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Co., 1905-07; Secretary-General 
Manager, Stromberg Electric Co., Chicago, 111., 1907-11; Secretary-Treasurer 
Willis Electric Meter Co., Chicago, 111., 1911. Born, 111. Married Ida M. 
Frintz, 1890. 

62. REESE BOWMAN KESTER, 3123 2d AVE, SOUTH, MINNEAP- 

OLIS, MINN. 

B.S.; D.D, 1904. B.D, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1892. Ministerial 
supply, Greeley Circuit, 1886-87; Minister M. E. Church, Colony, 1887-88; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1889-92; Washing- 
ton Park, Chicago, 111, 1892-95; Paulina St, Chicago, 111, 1895-96; State St, 
Chicago, 111, 1896-1900; Auburn Park, Chicago, 111, 1900-02; Hemenway, 
Evanston, 111, 1903-10; Baldwin City, 1910-14; Simpson, Minneapolis, Minn, 
1914-. Born Ashland, Pa, Aug. 2, 1862. Married Carrie Roome, Jan. 3, 1893. 
Children: Katherine Roome, Nov. 6, 1893; Edith Doris, July 13, 1895; Ernest 
Bowman, Jan. 9, 1897. 

63. THOMAS DOUGLAS LEIB. RATON, N. MEX. 

A.B.; A.M., 1889. LL.B, The University of Kansas, 1890. Principal 
High School, Lyons, 1886-88; Student Law School, The University of Kan- 
sas, 1888-90; Lawyer, Topeka, 1890-94; Lawyer, Raton, N. Mex, 1894-. 
Member New Mexico Legislative Assembly, 1899-00. Judge of Eighth 
Judicial District of New Mexico, 1912-. 

64. HENRY C LONG. OTTAWA 

B.S.; M.S., 1889. Altamont, 1886-87; Principal Schools, Walnut, 1887-89; 
Principal High School, Chanute, 1889-91; Superintendent Schools, Oswego, 
1891-94; Lawyer, Leavenworth, 1894-00; Lawyer and Real Estate, Salina, 
1900-03; Lawyer and Insurance, Ottawa, 1903-. Born Springville, Ind, 
Jan. 22, 1861. Married M. Emma Poinsett, Dec. 30, 1886. Children: Octa, 
Aug. 5, 1892; Otto, Oct. 10, 1900. 

65. EDWIN MORTIMER RANDALL, 2208 W. 56th ST, SEATTLE, 

WASH. 

A.B, A.M., 1889; D.D, 1901. D.D, Williamette University, 1902. Min- 
ister M. E. Church, Herington, 1887-89; Osage City, 1889-92; Washington, 
1892-93; Leavenworth, 1893-96; First, Seattle, Wash, 1896-03; President 
of University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash, 1903-04; General Secretary 
of the Epworth League, 1904-12; Supernumerary, 1912-14; Gilman Park, 

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1886-87] GRADUATES 

Seattle, Wash., 1914-. Trustee Baker University, 1895-96. Member Gen- 
eral Conference, M. E. Church, 1904, '08, '16. Member Ecumenical Con- 
ference, 1911. Member of Commission on Unification of M. E. Church 
with M. E. Church, South, 1916. Born Winnebago Co., Wis., Jan. 14, 
1862. Married Jennie May Sweet, No. 87, Nov. lo, 18&8. Children: May, 
Dec. 24, 1890; Edwin Thomas, June 30, 1896. Father of No. 1073. 

66. *MOSES T. RECORDS. 

A.B. Born Milton, Ind., Feb. 5, 1855. Died Feb. 12, 1887. 

67. HENRY SNAVELY SIEGRIST, 3800 CENTRAL ST„ KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

A.B.; A.M., 1889. Teacher, 1886-89; Cashier Wholesale Shoe Firm, 
Kansas City, Mo.. 1889-1902; President Siegrist Engraving Co., Kansas City, 
Mo., 1902-. Trustee Baker University, 1914-. Born Lebanon Co., Pa., 
March 15, 1862. Married Emma Sullivan, No. 41, Dec. 27, 1888. Children: 
Ivan, Oct. 21, 1889; Frank Bowman, May 20, 1891; Lucy, July 28, 1893. 
Father of No. 1008. 



68. *BERTHA VICTORY SMITH. 

A.B.; A.M., 1889. Teacher Grades, Cawker City, 1887-88; Nathrop, 
Colo., 1888-89; Department work in 8th Grade, Carthage, Mo., 1889-94; 
Homekeeper, Washington, D. C, 1895-97; Harlem, New York, N. Y., 
1898-03; Ridgewood, N. J., 1903-05; Nutley, N. J., 1905-09; Orange, Tex., 
1909-11; Kansas City, Mo., 1911-12; Boulder, Colo., 1912-13. Born Jackson 
Co., O., Sept. 6, 1863. Married Elmer Selah Farwell, Dec. 26, 1894. Died 
July 14, 1913, burial at Forest Hill, Kansas City, Mo. Children: Elizabeth 
Marion, Feb. 17, 1903; John Augustus, Oct. 21, 1905. 

69. IDA M. TAYLOR. 1342 E. 36TH ST., OAKLAND, CALIF. 

B.S.; M.S., 1889. Graduate student in Education, The University of 
California, Berkeley, 1913. Teacher Clay Co., 1887-88; New Hope Indian 
School, I. T., 1889-90: Clay Center, 1890-93; Topeka, 1894-96; Dayton, Wash., 
1897-98; Spokane, Wash, 1898-99. Homekeeper, (with some teaching), 
Spokane, Wash., 1899-1906; San Francisco and Oakland. Calif., 1906-. Born 
Galena, 111., Feb. 2, 1865. Married Thomas G. Stark, Feb. 6, 1899. Child: 
George Robert, Dec. 17, 1899. 



CLASS OF 1887 

70. CHARLES WILLIAM BAILEY. BALDWIN CITY 

B.S.; M.S., 1890. Ph.D., Allegheny College, 1897. Minister M. E. 
Church, Leroy, 1888-89; Princeton, 1889-93; Louisburg, 1893-97; Cherryvale, 
1897-1900; Yates Center, 1900-06; Garnett, 1906-09: Superintendent Ft. Scott 
District. 1909-16; Retired, Baldwin City, 1916-. Member General Confer- 
ence, M. E. Church, 1912. Born Boscobel, Wis., Feb. 10, 1848. Married 
Mary E. Stark, Dec. 4. 1877. Children: Fred Mark, July 1, 1879; Clara 
Jane, April 19, 1882; William Arther, March 6, 1884; Henry Irvmg, Jan. 
12, 1886; Etta May, March 4, 1888; Herbert Augustine, March 21, 1890; 
Lois Hazel, July 4, 1892; Esther Charlotta, Nov. 16, 1894; Phebe Cor- 
nelia, Dec. 25, 1896. Father of Nos. 405, 406, 407, 408, 668. 



GRADUATES [1887 

71. DON SNELL COLT, 1007 N. CAROLINE ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894; D.D., 1896. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1891. 
Minister M. E. Church, Green, 1886-87; Spring hill, 1887-89; Graduate 
student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1889-92; Arlington, Kansas 
City, Mo., 1890-93; First, Wichita, 1893-96; North Ave., Allegheny City, 
Pa., 1896-00; Grace, Baltimore, Md., 1900-05; First, Rochester, N. Y., 1905-09; 
Sumner Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1909-11; Madison Square, Baltimore, Md., 
1911-. Born Wilmot, Wis., April 30, 1861. Married Sade Sullivan, No. 
42, April 6, 1886. Children: Frederick Sullivan, Aug. 29, 1887; John Milton, 
Oct. 2, 1890; Mary, Nov. 4, 1893; Ruth, Feb. 2, 1896; Don Snell, Jr., June 
9, 1902. 

72. NELLIE FRANCES ELLIOTT. MANHATTAN 

B.S. Amanuensis, Manhattan and Kansas City, Mo., 1887-98; Amanuen- 
sis, Los Angeles, Calif., 1898-99; Amanuensis, Manhattan, 1899-1911; Dep- 
uty Register of Deeds, Manhattan, 1911-15; At home, Manhattan, 1915-. 
Member Kansas State Historical Society. Born Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 
9, 1862. 

73. JOHN K. ELWELL. FELTON, CUBA 

B.L. With Santa Fe R. R. Co., passenger and freight department, 
Lawrence, 1887-89; With Santa Fe R. R. Co., auditor's department, Topeka, 
1889-91; With Buenos Aires y Rosario R. R. Co., Buenos Aires, Argen- 
tine Republic, S. A., 1891-93; Chief Accountant, Spanish-American Iron Co., 
Daiquiri, Cuba, 1893-97; American Consul, Santiago de Cuba, 1898; Presi- 
dent and Treasurer, Elwell Mercantile Co., Santiago de Cuba, 1899- ; Super- 
intendent of Stores, The Spanish-American Iron Co., Felton, Cuba, 1916-. 
Assisted Major-General Fitz Hugh Lee in the "Cuban Relief Committee for 
the Starving Reconcentrados." Assisted Miss Clara Barton. President of 
the American Red Cross; Private Secretary to Miss Clara Barton. Born 
Elizabeth, 111., Sept. 28, 1860. 

74. MAY ENGSTROM. 1916 MAPLE AVE., EVANSTON, ILL. 

B.S. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1902. Homekeeper, student, 
teacher, superintending ranch in Barber Co., writer, 1888-. Graduate student 
in English, The University of Kansas, 1900-02; Yale University, 1902-05. 
Miscellaneous contributions to papers and magazines. Author of "Hero- 
ism and Service," and of a part of the "Young Folks Bible Library." Born, 
Wataga. 111., Sept. 22, 1862. Married George W. Hoss, LL.D., July 20, 
1888. Child: Wendell Engstrom, Nov. 20, 1892. 

75. THEODORE FINLEY GRAHAM. CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. 

A. B.; A. M., 1891. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1887-88; 
Professor Greek and Latin and Registrar, Fort Worth University, Fort 
Worth, Tex., 1890-99; Professor of Latin, Dakota Wesleyan University, 
Mitchell, S. Dak., 1899-07; President Redpath-Vawter Chautauqua System, 
Cedar Rapids, la., 1908-. Born Chillicothe, O., June 12, 1868. Married, 
Carrie Knight, Aug. 3, 1892. Children: Donald Goodnow, Dec. 9, 1894; 
Carroll Knight, Nov. 11, 1901. 

76. *HARMAN JACOB HOOVER. 

A.B. S.T B., Boston University, 1892; Ph.D., Boston University, 
1906. Minister M. E. Church, Reading, 1888; Quenemo, 1889; Graduate 
student in Theology, Boston University, 1889-92; El Paso, Tex., and Las 

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Vegas, N. Mex., 1892-96; First, Ottawa, 1896-98; Coffey ville, 1898-00; Che- 
topa, 1900-02; Professor of History, Baker University, 1902-15. Registrar 
Baker University, 1905-12. Member American Historical Society. Born 
Erie Co., O., Oct. 12, 1863. Married Lydia Blanche Case, No. 92, Oct. 31, 
1893. Died Aug. 24, 1916, burial at Baldwin City. Children: Helen Case, 
Nov. 9, 1895; Borden Parker, Feb. 5, 1897; Florence, Apr. 25, 1901. Brother 
of No. 112. 

77. NELLIE GARRETT KEY, Care ARGENTINE STATION, KAN- 

SAS CITY. 

B. L. Amanuensis in Kansas City, Mo., Denver, Colo., 1887-01. Ac- 
countant in Argentine, 1901. Born South Park. 

78. CHARLES EDGAR MOORE. EUREKA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. Banker and Loan Broker, Eureka, 1887-. Trustee 
Baker University, 1909-. Born Woodson Co., Kan., Feb. 8, 1864. Married 
May M. Morgan, July 8, 1891. Child: Morgan E., Feb. 22, 1895. 

79. ARTHUR REECE STOVER. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 

A. B.; A. M., 1890. M. D., Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, Mo., 
1893. M. Sc, (Physiological Chemistry), The University of Chicago, 1915. 
Student, Department of Pharmacy, The University of Kansas, 1887-88; 
Student, Arkansas Industrial University, Medical Dept., 1891-92; Student 
Harvard University, 1907; Practicing Physician, Little Rock, Ark., 1893-. 
Assistant in Physiology, U. of Arkansas, Medical Dept., 1898-03; As- 
sistant in Medicine, U. of Arkansas, Medical Dept., 1902-07; Professor 
of Medical Chemistry and Toxicology, U. of Arkansas, Medical Dept., 1907- 
1908; Professor of Chemistry, U. of Arkansas, Medical Dept., 1908-; 
Secretary Executive Committee, U. of Arkansas, Medical Dept., 
1913-; Collaborator, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1914-. 
Member Pulaski County Medical Society, Arkansas State Medical Society, 
Fellow American Medical Society, American Chemical Society. Born Iowa 
County, la., April 20, 1869. Married Sarah Verrinder Ives, No. 140, Feb. 
7, 1895. Children: Grace, July 6, 1897; Ralph Ives, Sept. 25, 1900; Mar- 
garet, Jan. 6, 1903. 

CLASS OF 1888 

80. PHILLIP PITT CAMPBELL. PITTSBURG. 

A.B.; A.M., 1892. Lawyer, Pittsburg, 1889-. Member Congress, Third 
Kansas District, 1902-. Born Cape Breton, N. S., April 25, 1862. Married 
Helen E. Goff, Nov. 23, 1892. Children: Dorothy, Sept. 4, 1893; Colin, 
Nov. 23, 1895; Elizabeth McRae, July 18, 1898; Helen Mary, April 4, 1902. 

81. CHARLES EDWIN GAULT, BANK OF TOPEKA BLDG., 

TOPEKA. 

B.S.; A.M., 1909. Lawyer, Topeka, 1890-. Born Bainbridge, O., July 
7, 1865. Married Emily Black, June 22, 1900. Children: Barbara, March 
22, 1902; Philip C, Apr. 12, 1903. 

82. SUSIE NELLIE KNIGHT, 1411 MADISON AVE., KANSAS CITY, 

MISSOURI. 

B.S. Homekeeper, 1889-. Professor of Latin and German, Cumber- 
land College, Greenfield, Mo.; Teacher, Schools of Lexington, O. T. ; 
Teacher City Schools of Pawnee, O. T.; Teacher City Schools, Pond Creek, 

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O. T.; Teacher Williamsburg, 1896-97; Professional study in Kansas State 
Normal School, 1897-98; Troy, 1898-1901; Edwardsville; Merwin College, 
Merwin, Mo.; Ashland; Stockton; Asst. Principal, Barnard Academy, Rush 
Co., 1907-10. Born Lawrence, March 6, 1867. Married J. Franklin Smith, 
No. 99, May 29, 1889. Children: Grace Otillia, Sept. 28, 1891; George Fred- 
erick, Apr. 25, 1910. 

83. MAUDE LEONARD. 5360 BARTMER AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO. 

B.L. Homekeeper, Joplin, Mo., 1891-94; Kansas City, Mo., 1894-97; St. 
Louis, Mo., 1897-. Born Orleans, Ind., Jan. 6, 1867. Married Crary Parker 
Johnson, June 3, 1891. 

84. SAMUEL ALEXANDER LOUGH. UNIVERSITY PARK, COLO. 

A.B.; A.M., 1891; Ph. D., 1905. Superintendent City Schools, Coffey- 
ville, 1888-89; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1889-90; 
Student Garrett Biblical Institute, 1890-91; Acting Professor of Latin 
Language and Literature, Baker University, 1893-94; Professor of English 
and History, Baker University, 1894-96; Professor of Greek Language and 
Literature, Baker University, 1896-05; Pastor M. E. Church, Dillon, Mont., 
1905-06; Instructor in University of Denver, Denver Colo., 1907-09; Profes- 
sor Ethics and Religion, 1909-10; Professor English Literature and Ethics, 
1910-13; Professor Philosophy, 1913-. Born Carleton County, Ontario, Can., 
July 7, 1864. Married Mary Laurinda Benedict, No. 117, June 12, 1894. 
Children: John Benedict, Feb. 2, 1896; Mary Dorothy, Sept. 9, 1898; 
Samuel Allan, Aug. 28, 1900. 

85. EVA MAY PIERCE. STERLING, COLO. 

B.S.; M.S., 1894. Teacher New Hope Seminary, Skullyville, I. T., 
1888-89; Instructor in English, Baker University, 1889-90; Homekeeper, 
1890- ; Deputy County Superintendent of Schools, El Paso Co., Colorado 
Springs, Colo., 1893-96; Teacher Latin and English, High School, Castle 
Rock, Colo., 1897-99. Newspaper work and magazine writing. Born 
Chesterville, O., Nov. 5, 1869. Married Clarence O. Finch, Nov. 11, 1890. 

86. DAVID WINSLOW RAINES, 1209 MALLON, SPOKANE, WASH. 

A.B. S.T.B., DePauw University, 1894. Minister M. E. Church, 
Wakarusa, 1889-92; Graduate student in Theology, DePauw University, 
1892-94; Soldier, 1895-96; Tonganoxie, 1896-97; Michigan Ave., Leaven- 
worth, 1897-99; Winchester, 1899-00; Cheney, Wash., 1900-01; Wardner, Ida., 
1901-04; Palouse, Wash., 1904-05; Latch, Wash., 1905; Member Apostolic 
Faith Movement, Latch, Wash., 1905-10; Spokane, Wash., 1910-. Born 
Malvern, O., Oct. 1, 1861. Married Lillie H. McElwain, March 26, 1890. 
Children: Edith Paula, June 8, 1891; Zola Estelle, Nov. 11, 1895. 

87. JENNIE MAY SWEET, 2208 W. 56th St., SEATTLE, WASH. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1888-. Born, Ohio, 1867. Married Edwin Morti- 
mer Randall, No. 65, Nov. 15, 1888. Children: May, Dec. 24, 1890; Edwin 
Thomas, June 30, 1896. Mother of No. 1073. 

88. ERNEST EUGENE SYKES, 301 HENNEN BLDG, NEW OR- 

LEANS, LA. 

B.S. Farmer, Oswego. 1888-90; Secretary and Treasurer, Rich Hill 
Water, Light & Fuel Co., Rich Hill, Mo., 1890-93; Purchasing Department 
Santa Fe Railroad, Galveston and Cleburne, Tex., 1893-1900; Secretary 

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and Treasurer, Southern Saw Mill Co., Ltd., New Orleans, La., 1900-. Born 
Waverly, la., Jan. 3, 1867. Married Carrie O'Byrne, May 22, 1895. Chil- 
dren: Ernest Eugene, Jr., July 30, 1896; Lois Hazel, March 25, 1898. 

89. DAVID SHERMAN VAN GUNDY, 2326 MARTHA AVE., WICH- 
ITA, KAN. 

B.S. Teacher, Tarkio, Mo., 1888-89; Minister M. E. Church, Potwin, 
1889-91; Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1891- 
95; Ness City, 1895-97; Great Bend Ct, 1897-99; Kingsley Ct., 1899-01; 
Alden, 1901-03; Larned Ct., 1903-06; Colwich, 1906-08; Retired, Wichita, 
1908-. Born Atchison Co., Mo., April 2, 1865. Married Frances A. Wells, 
March 23, 1896. Children: Mary Lucina, July 17, 1897; Willis Joy, July 
4, 1898. 



CLASS OF 1889 

90. *JAMES WATSON D. ANDERSON. 

A.B. Ph.D., Allegheny College, 1893. Ministerial supply, Welda Ct., 
1881-82; Moran, 1882-83; Minister M. E. Church, New Albany, 1883-85; 
Baldwin Ct., 1886-88; Elk City, 1888-91; Principal High School, Elk City, 
1890-91; Neosho Falls, 1891-92; Hot Springs, S. Dak, 1892-93; Associate 
Editor, Omaha Christian Advocate, 1893-94. Publisher "Kansas Methodist 
Pulpit." Author of various poems, essays, etc. Chautauqua Lecturer on 
English Literature. Born, Allen Co., Kans., Mar. 3, 1859. Married Harmine 
Donnerberg, June 14, 1881. Died March 21, 1894, burial at Baldwin City. 
Children: Espar, Oct. 21, 1887; Agnes Anna, Jan. 17, 1889; Jerome Louis, 
Nov. 6, 1891. Father of Nos. 612, 613, 899. 

91. *LUTA LEONORA BOAZ. 

B.S. B.L., DePauw University, 1893. Homekeeper, Kokomo, Ind., 
1896-1910. Born Johnson Co., Ind., Aug. 2, 1869. Married William McClel- 
lan Brown, Aug. 10, 1896. Died July 2, 1910, burial at Kokomo, Ind. Chil- 
dren: Janice, July 12, 1900; Louise, Aug. 17, 1904. 

92. LYDIA BLANCH CASE. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B.; A.M., 1892. A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1890; A.M., Ohio 
Wesleyan University, 1895. Teacher Dickinson Co. High School, 1891-92. 
At home, Oswego, 1892-93. Homekeeper, 1893-. Born Laomi, 111., Dec. 
20, 1869. Married Harman Jacob Hoover, No. 76, Oct. 31, 1893 (died 
Aug. 24, 1916). Children: Helen Case, Nov. 9, 1895; Borden Parker, Feb. 5, 
1897; Florence, April 25, 1901. 

93. HENRY BOWMAN FOSTER, 2828 OLIVE ST., KANSAS CITY, 

MISSOURI. 

A.B.; A.M., 1892. A.M., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1910. Minister 
M. E. Church, Wesley, 1889-91; Instructor in West Plains College, West 
Plains, Mo., 1891-92; Mountain Grove, Mo., 1892-93; Mount Vernon, Mo., 
1893-94; Mountain Grove, Mo., 1894-96; Fry Memorial, St. Louis, Mo., 
1896-99; Rolla, Mo., 1899-00; Superintendent Lebanon, Mo., District, 1900- 
06; Trinity, St. Louis, Mo., 1906-07; Benton Ave., Springfield, Mo., 1907- 
10; Farmington, Mo., 1910-11; Superintendent Farmington, Mo., District, 
1911; Byers Ave., Joplin, Mo., 1911-14; Arlington, Kansas City, Mo., 1914-15; 

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Secretary Conference Claimants Endowment Campaign, 1915-. Born Bain- 
bridge, Ind., Oct. 5, 1862. Married May E. Foster, June 6, 1889. Children: 
James Ralph, Sept. 10, 1890; William Henry, Dec. 23, 1891; Edward Wendell, 
Jan. 18, 1894; Lewis Chandler, June 22, 1896; Mary Esther, Feb. 22, 1899; 
Achsah Elizabeth, Oct. 3, 1902; Helen Adaline, Dec. 10, 1904; Warren 
Randolph, March 5, 1908. 

94. *GEORGE BERNARD CARL KNAKE. 

A.B. Early education in Munster, Westphalia, Germany, and at Hei- 
delberg and Berlin Universities, Germany. Ministerial supply at Olsburg, 
1889-90; Minister M. E. Church, Randolph, 1890-91; Valley Falls, 1891- 
92; Robinson, 1892. Born Munster, Westphalia, Germany, Feb. 24, 1864. 
Married E. Loretta Howard, Sept. 23, 1890. Died Aug. 7, 1892, burial at 
Robinson. Child: Louiza Hazel, June 10, 1891. 

95. MATTIE MARANDA MALLORY. BETHANY, OKLA. 

B.S. Student Kansas State Normal School, 1889-90; Teacher Ottawa, 
1890-92; Principal of Dawes Academy and Mission Station, Ardmore, Okla., 
1892; Charge of Mission at Winnipeg, Canada; Superintendent of Okla- 
homa Orphanage and Beulah Heights, Academy Orphanage, 1905-. Born 
Ottawa, Kans. Sister of Nos. 130, 213. 

96. JULIA DESONGE MILLER. LONGTON. 

B.L. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., Kans., 1889; Professional 
work, Kansas State Normal School, 1900-01; Principal High School, Bald- 
win, 1904-09; Principal of Normal Department, Arkansas Conference Col- 
lege, Siloam Springs, Ark., 1909-10; Graduate study. Correspondence work, 
The University of Chicago, 1907-08 and 1910-11; Principal Schools, Gay- 
lord, 1911-15; Teacher Normal Training, High School, Winchester, 1915-6; 
Principal High School, Longton, 1916-. Born Baldwin City. 

97. JOHN WILLIAM HULL PYKE. YATES CENTER. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, LaHarpe, 1889-91; Dunlap, 1891-92; 
Severy, 1892-93; Buffalo, 1893-95; Richmond. 1895-97; Rantoul. 1897-98; Re- 
tired, 1898; Gardening and farming, Yates Center, 1898-. Born Zionsville, 
Ind.. Nov. 9, 1857. Married Minnie A. Fuhlhage, March 14, 1895. Children: 
Wesley Emerson, Mar. 30, 1896; Eunice Marie, July 23, 1897; Cecil Edmund, 
Nov. 22, 1899. 

98. GEORGIANA REED. OSWEGO. 

B.M.; M.L., 1892. Art Teacher, Texarkana, Tex. Pupil of Burbank 
and Van Der Boel. Teacher of Art, Baker University, 1894-98. Home- 
keeper, Oswego, 1900-. Born Dubuque, la., March 2, 1870. Married Nelson 
Case, May 31, 1900. Children: Miriam Woodworth, April 21, 1901.; Hor- 
tense Reed, March 27, 1903. Sister of No. 222. 

99. J. FRANKLIN SMITH, 1411 MADISON AVE., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

B.S. Real Estate, Guthrie, Okla., 1899; President Cumberland College, 
Greenfield, Mo., 1892-93; Superintendent of City Schools, Lexington O T., 
Pawnee. O. T., Pond Creek, O. T., Williamsburg; Quenemo; Hartford; Ash- 
land; Stockton. Professional study in Kansas State Normal School, 1897-98. 

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Principal Barnard Academy, McCracken, Kans., 1907-10. Born Shawnee 
Mission, Sept. 5, 1863. Married Susie N. Knight, No. 82, May 29, 1889. 
Children: Grace Otillia, Sept. 28, 1891; George Frederick, April 25, 1910. 

100. CLARA STILLWELL 

B.S.; M.S., 1893. Primary Department New Hope Seminary, Skullyville, 
O. T., 1889-90. Student Kansas State Normal School, 1890-91; Assistant 
Principal High School, Ottawa, 1891-92; Teacher English, High School 
Kansas City, 1892-05; Correspondence Graduate Work, University of Chi- 
cago, 1902-04; Graduate Student, Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1905-06. 

101. *WILLIAM BROWN SWAN. 

A.B.; A.M., 1895. M. D., Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1896. Student Chicago Homeopathic Medical School, Chicago, 
111., 1891-92; Student Chicago Homeopathic Medical School, Chicago, 111., 
1893-96. Member House Representatives, Kansas, 1893. Practicing physi- 
cian, Topeka, 1896-02; Secretary Kansas State Board of Health, 1899-02. 
Trustee Baker University, 1902. Born Patterson, N. J., Feb. 16, 1864. 
Married Belle Bennett, Topeka, Jan. 5, 1898. Drowned, Ludington, Mich., 
Sept. 1, 1902, burial at Topeka. Child, Wilma Bennett, Dec. 8, 1902. 

102. CHARES KAY WOODSON, 28 GRAVES AVE., GUILFORD, 

CONN. 

A.B. D.D., Alvin College, 1901. Minister M. E. Church, Hadley 
Chapel and First Church, Hutchinson, 1889-90; Jennings, La., 1890-93; Pre 
ident Baldwin Academy, Baldwin, La., 1893-96; President Southern Univer- 
sity, La., 1896-98; Port Arthur, Tex., 1899-1900; President Alvin College, 
Alvin, Tex., 1900-02; Superintendent San Antonio, Tex., District, 1903-07; 
Trinity, San Antonio, Tex., 1907-09; St. Paul's, Oyster Bay, N. Y., 1909-11; 
Trinity, Meriden, Conn., 1911-13; Grace, New York City, 1913-15; Guilford 
and Madison, Conn., 1915-. Born Christian Co., Ky., Aug. 24, 1856. Mar- 
ried Angie A. King, Aug. 31, 1882. Married Ella M. Shannon, June 17, 1889. 
Children: Cyrus King, May 19, 1883; Mary Kay, Jan. 19, 1891; Terry Wil- 
lard, May 25, 1892; Max Russell, July 6, 1895; John Wallace, Feb. 2. 1897; 
James Everett, Aug. 1, 1899. 

CLASS OF 1890. 

103. MINNIE ROCKWELL BAIN. NESS CITY. 

B.L. Teacher, Leavenworth, 1890-91; Homekeeper, 1891-. Born Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1866. Married Henry Thomas Davis, No. 120, Sept. 14, 
1891. Children: Monnett Bain, Aug. 13, 1893; Harry, Aug. 4, 1897; Marjorie, 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

104. CORA B. ALDRIDGE. EASTLAND, TEX. 

B.S.; M.S., 1893. Teacher, Mound City, 1890-91. Married Mr. McCor- 
mick, 1892. 

105. EMMA BISSELL. HOTCHKISS, COLO. 

B.S.; M.S., 1893. Teacher, Kirwin, 1890; Teacher, Rossville, 1892. 
Teacher, Assistant Principal High School, Phillipsburg, 1897; Teacher, 
Guernsey, Wyo., 1903; Teacher, Sunrise, Wyo., 1904; Bookkeeper, Hotchkiss 
Mercantile Co,, Hotchkiss, Colo., 1911-, jBorn Valparaiso, Ind., June 2, 
1864. 

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106. NELL BUCKNER. IOWA CITY, IA. 

B.S. Accountant, Kansas City, 1890-91; Teacher, Institute for the 
Blind, Kansas City, 1891-93; Private Tutor, Lawrence, 1893-94; Teacher 
Latin and History, High School, Pittsburgh, 1894-1900; Latin, Pittsburgh, 
1901-02; History, High School, Iowa City, la., 1905-. Born Mattoon, 111., 
Feb. 9, 1868. 

107. THOMAS ELDRIDGE CHANDLER, 417 ATCHISON ST., ATCH- 

ISON. 

A.B.; A.M., 1893. S.T.B., Boston University, 1894. S.T.D., Taylor Uni- 
versity, 1901. Ministerial supply, Erie and Fulton, 1890-91; Brighton Park, 
Chicago, 111., 1891-92; Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute, 1891-93; Boston University, 1893-94; Minister, M. E. Church, Central 
Ave., Kansas City, 1894-96; Kansas Ave., Topeka, 1896-98; Graduate student, 
Boston University, 1898-1900; Ashburnham, Mass., 1898-1900; First, Newport, 

A.B.; A.M., 1893. S.T.B., Boston University, 1894; S.T.D., Taylor Uni- 
R. I., 1900-03; First, Pawtucket, R. I., 1903-05; Paola, 1905-09; Superintend- 
ent Ottawa District, 1909-14; Atchison, 1914-. Chaplain State Legislature, 
R. I., 1900. Trustee Baker University, 1915-. President and Manager Ot- 
tawa Chautauqua, Ottawa, 1910-13. Member Kansas State Historical So- 
ciety. Born New Athens, O., June 1, 1864. Married Carrie Boughton, June 
27, 1894. Child: Elizabeth C, Nov. 27, 1896. 

108. ALEXANDER HAMPTON CORLETT. 

A.B. Law Student, Leavenworth, 1890; Superintendent Schools, Kau- 
kauna, Wis. Born, Leavenworth, Aug. 14. 1864. 

109. MAUDE CUNNINGHAM. 71 HODGE AVE, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

B.S. Accountant, Emporia, 1890-92; Teacher Latin, High School, Em- 
poria, 1892-96, 1897-98; Graduate student, The University of Chicago, 1896. 
Homekeeper, Boston, Mass, 1898-1900; Wellesley Hills, Mass, 1900-01; 
Buffalo, N. Y, 1901-. Born Milan, O, Jan. 12, 1868. Married Henry S. 
Cunningham, May 15, 1898. Children: Helen, April 23, 1900; Margaret, 
May, 9, 1904; Alice, Aug. 27, 1906. Sister of No. 152. 

110. *EDITH DUDGEON. 

B.S. Teacher, Grades, Baldwin, 1890-93; Hot Springs, S. Dak, 1894-96; 
Kansas City, Mo, 1897-1910. Born, Oregon, Wis, April 5, 1869. Died, 
Dec. 21, 1910, burial at Madison, Wis. Sister of No. 139. 

111. LAURA L. EWING. TOPEKA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1893. Teacher of Greek, Baker University, 1890-91; Gradu- 
ate Student, Northwestern University, 1891-92; Teacher, Latin and Greek, 
High School, Topeka, 1893-. Graduate student, Boston University, 1900. 
Associate Principal High School, Topeka, 1909-. Born Raleigh, Ind. 

112. CARRIE MAE HOOVER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Teacher, Holton, 1891-92; Teacher, Centralia, 1892-96; Home- 
keeper, Baldwin City, 1896-. Born Netawaka, Nov. 13, 1869. Married Wil- 
liam Colfax Markham, No. 131, June 24, 1896. Children: Maurice William, 
March 29, 1898; Miriam, Sept. 28, 1901; Ralph Harold, Oct. 4, 1909. Sister 
of No. 76. 

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113. BENSON MAHLON POWELL. KANSAS CITY. 

A.B.; A.M., 1893. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1895. Ph.D., Taylor 
University. S.T.D., Harriman University. Editor Cherryvale Republxan, 
Cherryvale, 1890-91; Principal Pomona Schools, 1891-92; Minister M. E. 
Church, Longton, 1892-93; Graduate student in Theology, Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1893-96; Sedan, 1896-99; Elk City, 1899-00; Howard, 1900-04; Neo- 
desha, 1904-09; Paola, 1909-12; First, Iola, 1912-15; Superintendent Ottawa 
District, 1915-17; Central Ave., Kansas City, 1917-. Grand Master I. O. O. F,. 
of Kansas, 1907-08. Author "The Triple Links." Born McVeytown, Pa., Jan. 
27, 1867. Married Irene Beckley, June 10, 1896. Child: Paul Ewing, Jan. 15, 
1898. 



114. EDITH HOYLTON RARICK, 3901 N. MULLEN ST., TACOMA, 

WASH. 

A.B.; A.M., 1893. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1890-91; Grades, 
Eudora, 1891-93;Pleasanton, 1893-94; Haskell Institute, Lawrence, 1894-95; 
Chilocco Indian School, Okla., 1895-97; Omaha Indian Agency, Omaha 
Agency, Neb., 1897-99; Ft. Lewis Indian School, Ft. Lewis, Colo., 1899-1900; 
Otoe Indian School, Oteo, Okla., 1900-01; Homekeeper, 1897-; Dulce, N. 
Mex., 1901-08; Tacoma, Wash., 1908.- Born Lawrence, Sept. 12. 1870. Mar- 
ried Herbert Henry Johnson, Aug. 31, 1897. Children: Francis Rarick, Aug. 
14, 1901; Carl Herbert. Jan. 22, 1905; Edith Matilda, Sept. 11, 1906; Herbert 
Henry, Jr., Jan. 14, 1914. 

115. WILLIAM REACE. 3750 AGATITE AVE, CHICAGO, ILL. 

B.S.; M.S., 1894. Minister M. E. Church, North Ottawa, 1891-92; Virgil, 
1892-94; Mt. Ida, 1894-97; Moran, 1897-98; Williamsburg, 1898-99; Ness 
City, 1899-01; Meade, 1901-03; Roswell, N. Mex, 1903-06; Raton, N. Mex, 
1906-08; 77th St., Chicago, 111, 1908-09; Marseilles, 111, 1909-12; Sawyer Ave, 
Chicago, 111, 1912-14; Bethel, Chicago, 111, 1914-. Born Noblesville, Ind, 
Feb. 6, 1863. Married Minnie B. Thomas, Dec. 17, 1890. Married Mary E. 
Imel, Sept. 9, 1903. Children: Paul Maynard, Oct. 19, 1891; William 
Thomas, May 11, 1893. 

116. CHARLES WARD REEDER. TROY. 

B.S. LL.B, Kansas University, 1898. Teacher, Troy, 1890; Lawyer, 
Troy, 1898-. Born Bellmore, Ind, 1868. Married Isabel Symms, June 25, 
1902. 



CLASS OF 1891. 

117. MARY LAURINDA BENEDICT, UNIVERSITY PARK, COLO. 

B.S. Teacher, Seneca, 1897-93; Homekeeper, 1893-. Born Granada, Jan. 
8, 1870. Married Samuel Alexander Lough. No. 84, June 12, 1894. Children: 
John Benedict, Feb. 2, 1896; Mary Dorothy, Sept. 9, 1898; Samuel Allan, 
Aug. 28, 1900. Sister of No. 314. 

118. LULU ANNA BURTIS. PORTLAND, TEX. 

B.S. Teacher, Frankfort, 1891-93. Born Braidwood, 111, 1869. Married 
Frank Lee Smith, No. 136, Dec. 29, 1893. 

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119. GEORGE EWING DAVIES, 1047 THIRD AVE, SALT LAKE 

CITY, UTAH. 

A.B. D.D., Macalester College, 1914. Student McCormick Theological 
Seminary, 1891-94; Post Graduate course in Sociology, Lake Forest Uni- 
versity, Lake Forest, 111., 1894-95. Minister Presbyterian Church, Fort 
Wayne, Ind., 1894-99; Bellefontaine, O., 1899-10; Merriam Park, St. Paul, 
Minn., 1910-14; First, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1914-. Born Princeton, Sept. 10, 
1868. Married Mable Currie, Sept. 12.1894. Children: Katharine C, July 30, 
1895; John A. V., Nov. 7, 1896; Paul Ewing, Sept. 14, 1898; George Kalb. 
July 11, 1900. 

120. HENRY THOMAS DAVIS. NESS CITY. 

A.B.; A.M., 1896. S. T. B., DePauw University. 1894. Grocer, Baldwin, 
1891-92; Graduate student in Theology, DePauw University, 1892-94; Min- 
ister M. E. Church, Richland, 1894-96; Centropolis, 1896-97; Gardner, 1897- 
01; Harveyville, 1901-04; Riley, 1904-07; Green, 1907-09; Argentine, Kansas 
City, 1909-13; Ness City, 1913-. Born Baldwin, July 21, 1868. Married 
Minnie Rockwell Bain, No. 103. Sept. 14, 1891. Children: Monnett Bain, 
Aug. 13, 1893; Harry, Aug. 4, 1897; Marjorie, Aug. 18, 1899. 

121. JOHN IRA GAMES, LEXINGTON, KY. 

B.S. LL.B, Kansas University, 1898. Teacher, Baldwin, 1891; In- 
structor, Hendrix College, Conway, Ark., 1891-92; Observer. U. S. Weather 
Bureau, Columbus, Ohio, 1899; Observer U. S. Weather Bureau, Boston, 
Mass., 1900; Observer U. S. Weather Bureau, New Haven, Conn., 1901; U. S. 
Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1901; Clerk in Department Service, 
Post Office Department, Washington, D. C, 1901-04; Post Office Inspector, 
domiciled at Dayton, O., 1904-10; Domiciled at Lexington, Ky., 1911-. Born, 
Paola, Jan. 13, 1871. Married Eleanor S. Collins, May 1, 1906. Children: 
John W., Feb. 18, 1907; Edmund B. and Frank S., May 29, 1909; Robert P., 
Sept. 16, 1911. Brother of Nos. 174, 175, 266. 

122. ANNA MAY HAIR. 225 N. TWENTIETH ST, SALEM, ORE. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894. Teacher Grades, Baldwin, 1891-92; Assistant in His- 
tory, Baker University, 1892-93; Teacher Latin and Greek, High School, 
Kansas City, 1893-98; Homekeeper, Baldwin City, 1898-1900; Evanston, 111., 
1900-01; Grant's Pass, Ore., 1901-14; Salem, Ore., 1914-. Born Nebraska 
City, Neb., Jan. 6. 1871. Married M. C. Findley, M. D., May 4, 1898. Chil- 
dren: Mary Elizabeth, Feb. 27, 1899; Marcus Bayard, Feb. 22, 1900; Gene- 
vieve, March 18, 1902; Dwight H., Dec. 16, 1903; Louise, June 9, 1906; 
Pauline, Aug. 29, 1909; Edith, July 26, 1911. 

123. WILLIAM BAYARD HALE, 362 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, NEW 

YORK, N. Y. 

A.B. S.T.D., Hobart College, 1896. LL.D., St. John's, Md, 1896. 
Rector Protestant Episcopal Church, Middleborough, Mass., 1892-98; Ard- 
more, Pa, 1898-00; Entered Journalism, but retained clerical orders until 
1909; Managing Editor Cosmopolitan Magazme, 1900; Editor Current I itera- 
ture, 1901; Special Correspondent New York World, 1902; Managing Editor 
Philadelphia Public Ledger, 1903-07; Editor on Staff New York Times and 
Paris Correspondent same, 1907-09; Editor Staff World's Work, 1909-13; 
Special Agent of President Wilson in Mexico, 1913-14. Decorations, Office 
Order Leopold (Belgium), Knight Commander Imperial Order Rising Sun 

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(Japan), Grand Cross Order Liberator (Venezuela); Deputy Governor So- 
ciety of Colonial Wars. Author 'The Making of the American Constitu- 
tion," "Phillip Brooks," "A Memorial," "The New Obedience," "A Week in 
the White House with Theodore Roosevelt," "Woodrow Wilson — The 
Story of His Life," "American Rights and British Pretensions on the Seas." 
Editor of President Wilson's book, "The New Freedom." Born Richmond, 
Ind., April 6, 1869. Married Olga Unger, Oct. 5. 1909. 

124. SAMUEL OSCAR HARPSTER, 926 ORVILLE AVE., KANSAS 

CITY. 

A.B. Banker, Denton, 1891-06; President, Anderson Coupling & Fire 
Supply Co., Kansas City, 1906-. Born Curwinsville, Pa., April 16. 1867. 
Married Emma M. Shulsky, Feb. 28, 1899. Child: Infant daughter, Oct. 22, 
1899. Brother of No. 154. 

125. DIANA JANE HASKIN, 3023 PARK ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

B.S.; M.S., 1894. Teacher, Assistant Principal, Waverly, 1891-92; 
Grades, Olathe, 1892-93; Lenexa, 1893-98; Rural Schools, Johnson Co., 
Kans., 1905-09; Rosedale, 1909-10; Grades, Kansas City, Mo., 1910-. Home- 
keeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1897-01; Dallas, Mo., 1901-05. Born Lenexa, July 
12, 1870. Married G. W. Keys, Dec. 30, 1896. Children: Hazel, June 10, 
1900; Harold, July 29, 1901. Sister of No. 155, 195. 

126. EDWARD YATES HILL, 1014 CLINTON ST., PHILADEL- 

PHIA, PA. 

A.B.; D.D., 1905. A.M., Lake Forest University, L*ke Forest 111., 1895. 
Student McCormick Theological Seminary, 1891-94; Minister Presbyterian 
Church, Christ Chapel, Chicago, 1894-96; First, Warsaw, Ind., 1896-00; 
First, Logansport, Ind., 1900-04; First, Philadelphia, Pa., ("Mother 
Church of Presbyterianism in America"), 1904-. Member of Board of Edu- 
cation, Presbyterian Church, U. S. A.; Trustee General Assembly Presby- 
terian Church, U. S. A.; Corporator Presbyterian Ministers' Fund for Life 
Insurance; Vice-President of Atlantic Agency, American Bible Society; 
Director of Presbyterian Historical Society of U. S. A.; Trustee Philadel- 
phia Presbytery; Trustee Deaconess Training School of Philadelphia. 
Born Rochester, Mo., Sept. 15, 1868. Married Mary Moon, June 6, 1900. 
Children: Helen Moon, Apr. 10, 1901; John Edward, March 29, 1904. 

127. WILLIAM HENRY HOWELL, 857 LAFAYETTE ST., DENVER, 

COLO. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Fulton, 1891-94; Grace, Fort Scott, 1894- 
95; Superintendent State Reform School, Topeka, 1895-97; Supernumerary 
1899; Withdrew from Ministry, 1901; Mercantile Business, 1897-1900; Trav- 
eling Auditor for the Colorado Supply Co., Denver, Colo., 1900-03; General 
Manager for The Western Stores Co., Denver, Colo., 1914-. Trustee Denver 
University, 1911-. Born Liverpool, England, May 30, 1863. Married Calla 
Vollmar, Aug. 20, 1890. Child: William Quayle, Feb. 22, 1893. 

128. ANSON OVID LOCKWOOD. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894. A.M., Mt. Union College, 1901; Ph.D., Mt. Union 
College, 1902. Minister M. E Church, Richmond, 1891-93; Girard Circuit, 
1893-94; Weir City, 1894-95; Sundace, Wyo., 1895-96; Whitewood, S. Dak., 
1896-97; Morrowville, 1897-1900; Leonardville, 1900-02; Greenleaf, 1902-03; 

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Barnes, 1903-05; Westmoreland, 1905-07; Eureka Springs, Ark., 1907-09; Sul- 
phur Springs, Okla., 1909; Claremore, Okla., 1909-10; Holdenville, Okla., 
1910; Evangelist, Baldwin City, 1910-. Born Denmark, la., Oct. 5, 1855. 
Married Nora Stewart, June 14, 1888. Children: Mary Eleanor and Myra 
Amanda, Aug. 17, 1889; Allan Thomas Stewart, Sept. 21, 1892; Norma May, 
Dec. 4, 1897; Ruth Anne, Jan. 11, 1899; Gerald Ovid, Feb. 24, 1900; Roy Mac- 
Neil, March 17, 1902. Father of Nos. 754, 755. 

129. SAMUEL McROBERTS. 55 WALL ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894. LL.B., University of Michigan, 1893. Lawyer, Chi- 
cago, 1893-95, Attorney for Armour & Co., Chicago, 1895-00; With Finan- 
cial Department, Armour & Co., 1904-09; Vice-President, National City 
Bank of New York, New York City, 1909-. Director Armour & Co., 
American Sugar Refining Co., National Surety Co., Kansas City Southern 
Ry. Co., Piedmont & Northern Ry. Co., German-American Insurance Co., 
Kansas City, Clay County and St. Joseph Ry. Co., Northwestern Elevated 
Ry. Co., Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry. Co., Baldwin Locomotive 
Works, Virginia Ry. Co., German Alliance Insurance Co., Banque Nationale 
De la Republique d'Haiti. Chairman National City Co. Member Executive 
Committee Pan-American Society of the U. S. Vice-President Chamber of 
Commerce U. S. A. Treasurer Y. M. C. A., City of New York. Trustee 
Baker University, 1905-. Trustee Northwestern University. Born Malta 
Bend, Mo., Dec. 20, 1869. Married Mary Agnes Caldwell, 1895 (died 1904). 
Married Harriet Pearl Skinner, Sept. 1, 1906. 

130. HARRIET MALLORY. 0119 MASS ST., WINFIELD. 

A.B. Teacher, Primary, Cherry vale, 1891-92; Ottawa, 1892-03; Student 
Kansas City National Deaconess Training School, 1903-05; At Home, Ot- 
tawa, 1905-13; Homekeeper, 1913-. Born Ottawa. Married Rev. Albert E. 
Davis, Feb. 26, 1913. Sister of Nos. 95, 213. 

131. WILLIAM COLFAX MARKHAM. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894. Deputy County Treasurer, Prowers County, Colo., 
1891-92; Graduate Student in History, Johns Hopkins University, 1892-93; 
Editor Baldwin Ledger, 1893-. Postmaster Baldwin City, 1902-15; Secretary 
Kansas Postmasters' Association, 1906-14; Secretary-Treasurer, Southwest 
Postal Association, also Editor Southwest Postal News, 1909-14; Secretary 
National Association of Postmasters, 1913-14; President Kansas State Edi- 
torial Association, 1916; Secretary Kansas Republican State Central Com- 
mittee, 1916. Author of Plays, "The First Christmas in Palmyra," "The 
Spirit of '56," also numerous poems. Born Bolivar, O., Sept. 10, 1868. 
Married Carrie Mae Hoover, No. 112, June 24, 1896. Children: Maurice 
William, March 29, 1898; Miriam, Sept. 28, 1901; Ralph Harold, Oct. 4, 1909. 
Brother of Nos. 198, 214. 

132. PEARL MURRAY. 8821 LOOMIS ST., CHICAGD, ILL. 

B.L. Teacher, Grades, Arkansas City, 1891-92; Grades, Oklahoma City, 
Okla., 1892-96; Teacher, Private work, Pawhuska, Okla., 1996-98; Student, 
The Chicago Musical College, 1898-00, graduating in 1900; Homekeeper, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1900-. Born Peru, Ind., Aug. 1, 1870. Married Raymond F. 
Fankhauser, Nov. 7, 1900. 

133. ELSIE NUZMAN. 1017 ST. FRANCIS AVE., WICHITA. 

B.L. At home, Circleville, 1891-92; Homekeeper, Salina, 1892-93; Man- 
hattan, 1893-96; Ottawa, 1896-06; Wichita, 1906-. Born Circleville, Sept. 

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1891-92] GRADUATES 

27, 1869. Married Henry Justin Allen, Oct. 19, 1892. Children: Frederick, 
Sept. 19, 1893; Catherine, Aug. 7, 1895; Henrietta, Oct. 13, 1900; Henry 
Justin, Jr., May 2, 1902. 

134. WILLIAM PARSONS. 1339 12TH ST, DES MOINES, IA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1896. D.D., Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa, 1806. 
Student McCormick Theological Seminary, 1891-94; Minister Presbyterian 
Church, Kewanee, 111, 1892-95; Yates Center, 111, 1895-97; Westminister, 
Peoria, 111, 1897-00; Sparta, 111, 1900-04; Beaver Falls, Pa, 1904-09; Third, 
Portland, Ore, 1909-12; Central, Eugene, Ore, 1912-16; Westminster, Des 
Moines, la., 1916-. Secretary National Reform Association, 1905; Associate 
Editor of the "Christian Statesman," Pittsburg, Pa, 1906-16. Trustee Albany 
College, 1910-16; Associate Editor "Pacific Presbyterian," 1911; Professor 
of Bible, Albany College, 1915-16. Born Luton, England, Feb. 11, 1867. 
Married Elizabeth B. Stevenson, July 8, 1891. Children: Cecelia, Nov. 3, 
1899; Catherine, Jan. 28, 1902; Margaret, March 6, 1907. 

135. PAUL MARTIN PEARSON. SWARTHMORE, PA. 

B.S.; A.M., 1895; Litt.D, 1909, Principal High School, Cherryvale, 
1891-92; College Secretary of Y. M. C. A. of Kansas, 1893; Principal of High 
School, Cherryvale, 1893-94; Student Northwestern University, 1901-02; 
Graduate Student Harvard University, 1902; Professor of Public Speaking, 
Swarthmore College, Pa, 1902-12; Founder and President Chautauaua As- 
sociation of Pennsvlvania, 1912-. Editor "Talent," 1903-08, "The Speaker." 
Member N. E. A.; National Speech Arts Association, International Lyceum 
Association. Compiler "The Humorous Speaker." Author "Intercollegiate 
Debates." "Extemporaneous Speaking.' Chautauaua and Lyceum I ec- 
turer. Born Gillespie, 111., Oct. 22. 1871. Married Edna Rachel Wolfe, No. 
209, June 11, 1896. Children: Andrew Russell, Dec. 13, 1897; Leon Morris, 
Oct. 15, 1899; Barbara Wolfe, July 5. 1910; Ellen Cameron, July 23, 1913. 
Brother of No. 204. 

136. FRANK LEE SMITH. PORTLAND, TEX. 

B.S.; A.M. Merchant, Beattie, 1891; Manager of N. E. Kansas for Na- 
tional Life Insurance, Hiawatha. Born Beattie, 1867. Married Lulu Anna 
Burtis, No. 118, Dec. 20, 1893. Brother of No. 163. 

137. NATHAN ABIJAH SWICKARD. MEDIAPOLIS, IA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1894; Ph.D., 1895. Minister M. E. Church, Paxico, 1888-89; 
Blaine. 1889-90; Student B. U, 1890-91; Armourdale, Kansas City, 1891-93; 
Hot Springs, S. Dak., 1893-96; Aberdeen, S. Dak, 1896-03; Canton, S. Dak, 
1903-05; First, Mt. Pleasant, la, 1905-08; Sigourney, la, 1908-11; Craw- 
fordsvi 1 le, la., 1911-13; Williamsburg, la, 1913-16; Mediapolis, la, 1916-. 
Born New Albany, O, 1860. Married Alice M. Hunter, 1886. 



CLASS OF 1892. 

138. FRANK PIERCE BLAKEMORE. 
A.B. 

139. MATTHEW SIMPSON DUDGEON. MADISON, WIS. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. LL.B, University of Wisconsin, 1895. Student Law 
Department, University of Wisconsin, 1892; Professor of Latin and Greek, 

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Black Hills College, Hot Springs, S. Dak., 1893-4; Lawyer, Madison, Wis., 
1896-09; in Spanish-American War, 1898; County Attorney, Dane County, 
Wis., 1899-03; Member State Legislature, Wis., 1903-04; Special Lecturer 
Political Science, University of Wisconsin, 1907-. Secretary Wisconsin 
Free Library Commission, Madison, Wis., 1909-. Member American Po- 
litical Science Association; American Civic Association; Director Library 
School, University of Wisconsin. Born Madison, Wis., June 18, 1871. Mar- 
ried Mabel Cunningham, No. 152, July 11, 1900. Children: Lucile, Sept. 12, 
1904; Edith May, Jan. 20. 1912. Brother of No. 110. 

140. SARAH VERRINDER IVES, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 

B.S. At home, Baldwin, 1892-95; Homekeeper, 1895-. Secretary Right- 
sell School Improvement Association; Secretary of Woman's Cooperative 
Association; District Secretary of Little Rock Woman's Home Missionary 
Society of M. E. Church, South. Born Hannibal, Mo. Married Arthur 
Reece Stover, No. 79, Feb. 7, 1895. Children: Grace, July 6, 1897; Ralph 
Ives, Sept. 25, 1900; Margaret, Jan. 6, 1903. Sister of No. 197. 

141. FRANCIS CUMMINS LOCKWOOD, 712 N. STONE AVE., TUC- 

SON, ARIZ. 

A.B.; A.M., 1895. Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1896. Graduate stu- 
dent in Enelish, Northwestern University, 1892-96; Minister M. E. Church, 
Parkside, Douglas Park, Merrill, and Windsor Park, Chicago, 111., 1892-96; 
Salt Lake City, Utah, 1896-97; Graduate student, The University of^ Chi- 
cago, 1897-98; Professor of English Literature, Mt. Union College, Alliance, 
O., 1898-99; Professor of English Literature, K. S. A. C, Manhattan, 1899- 
1902; Graduate student, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1901-02; 
Professor of English Literature, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., 1902-16; 
Professor of English Literature, University of Pittsburg, Summer, 1916; 
Professor of English Literature, the University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., 
1916-. Author of "Emerson as a Philosopher." "Robert Browning," 
"Freshman and His College." Contributor to Magazines and Reviews. 
Also Lecturer on Literary subjects before Teachers' Institutes, Chautauquas 
and Literary Clubs. Member of the Modern Language Association of 
America, Phi Beta Kappa; Born Mt. Erie, 111., May 22, 1864. Married 
Mary Pritner, Dec. 24, 1901. Children: Elizabeth Pritner, Oct. 27, 1905; 
Mary Margaret, Nov. 26, 1907. 

142. WILLIAM LINZA MILLER. VAN NUYES, CALIF. 

B.S. Professor of Mathematics, The University of Southern California, 
Los Angeles, Calif., 1892-93; Minister M. E. Church, Delano, Calif., 1893- 
94; Hanford, Calif., 1894-96; Westminster, Calif., 1896-98; Supernumerary, 
1898-99; North, Ontario, Calif., 1899-1900; Elsinore, Calif., 1900-02; Grace, 
New York, N. Y., 1902-03; Litchfield, Conn., 1903-05; First, New Rochelle, 
N. Y., 1905-06; Supernumerary, 1906-11; Greenpoint, New York, N. Y., 
1911-12; Fillmore, Calif., 1912-13; Huntington Beach, Calif., 1913-15; Braw- 
ley, Calif., 1915-16; Van Nuyes, Calif., 1916- ; Graduate Student, New York 
University, 1902-03; Managing Editor of California Independent, Los An- 
geles, Cal., 1908-. Born Oskaloosa, la., 1865. Married Florence E. Turner, 
Sept. 25, 1893 (died Aug. 25, 1908). 

143. MARY MURRAY. GRANT'S PASS, ORE. 

B.S. Bookkeeper, Baldwin State Bank, 1892. Homekeeper, Baldwin, 1892- 
1903; Grant's Pass, Ore., 1903-. Born Mound City, Jan. 12, 1872. Married 
James E. Hair, July 26, 1892. Children: Helen Ermina, Nov. 9, 1896; Horace 
Murray, Dec. 11, 1898; Margaret Estelle, Jan. 18, 1905. Sister of No. 18. 

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1892-93] GRADUATES 

144. KATE LORCETTA NICHOLSON. 1115 OHIO ST., LAWRENCE. 

B.L. Graduate student English and Music, Kansas University, 1892; 
Teacher vocal music, Lawrence Public Schools, 1896-00; Homekeeper, Law- 
rence, 1900-. Married Frank Wilson Blackmar, Ph.D., July 26, 1900. 

145. FRANK EDWARD O'NEIL. PRESCOTT. 

B.S. M.D., 1896. Student Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1892-96; 
Practicing Physician, Prescott, Kans., 1896. Member of County and State 
medical societies. Born Wellsville. Married Nellie Lewis, 1896. 

146. JAMES MARION PRICE. LITTLETON, COLO. 

B.S.; A.M., 1895. B. Ped., State Normal School of Colorado, 1895. Su- 
perintendent Schools, Glenwood Springs, Colo., 1892-94; Superintendent 
Schools, Eaton, Colo., 1895-00; State Organizer of Woodmen of the 
World for Wyoming, 1900-02; Editor Record News, Del Rio, Tex., 1902-05; 
Editor, "Eye and Bulletin," Denver, Colo., 1906; Founder and Editor Daily 
Register, Loveland, Colo., 1907; State Manager of American Order of 
Protection, Denver, Colo., 1908; Supreme Commander of Order of 
Protection, Denver, Colo., 1909-10; Supreme Organizer, American Nobles, 
Denver, Colo., 1911-12; City Treasurer, Denver Colo., 1912-16; Editor and 
Manager Arapahoe Herald, Littleton, Colo., 1916-. Born Mt. Ayr, la., Oct. 17, 
1864. Married Mattie Mathes Hoover, Apr. 24, 1894. Children: James Ma- 
rion, Jr., May 14, 1895; John Hoover, Sept. 28, 1896; Marguerite Anna, 
April 24, 1902; Clarence William, Aug. 26, 1905. Brother of No. 716. 

147. MARCIA AGNES UNDERWOOD. HOMESTEAD, FLA. 

A.B. At Home, Clay Center, 1892-97; Homekeeper, Osawatomie, 1897-00; 
Topeka, 1900-10; Homestead, Fla., 1910-. Born Geneva, 111., March 26, 1872. 
Married Hugh Hale Ewing, June 16. 1897. Children: Katharine, Nov. 21, 
1898; William Cornelius, April 5, 1900; Charles Ellsworth, Nov. 16, 1909. 
Sister of No. 225. 

148. *N. PERCY WILLETTS. 

B.S. Lawyer, Fredonia, 1893-06; City Attorney, 1896-99; Representative 
in State Legislature, 1899, 1901. Born Fredonia, Nov. 12, 1871. Died 
March 18, 1906, burial at Fredonia. 



CLASS OF 1893. 

149. FRANK WESLEY ALLIN, 4403 WASHINGTON BLVD., CHI- 
CAGO. ILL. 

B. S.; A. M., 1905. M.D., Rush Medical College, 1905. Principal High 
School, Coffeyville, 1893-94; Principal High School, Paola, 1895-01; Prin- 
cipal High School, Emporia, 1901-02; Instructor The University of Chicago, 
Pathological Department, 1902-03; Practicing Physician, Chicago, 111., 1905-. 
Assistant Professor in Department Diseases of Children, Rush Medical 
College. Member American Medical Association, Illinois State Medical So- 
ciety, Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Pediatric Society, American As- 
sociation of Teachers of Diseases of Children. Assistant Attending Phy- 
sician Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago. Born Oasis, la., Jan. 21, 1869. Mar- 
ried Elizabeth Chamberlain, Dec. 26, 1895. Children: Corinne Elizabeth, 
Oct. 4, 1896; Leslie Chamberlain, June 22, 1907; Frank Cameron, Sept. 9, 
1908; Josephine Miriam, Oct. 4, 1911. 

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150. THOMAS MOON BELL. SAVONBURG. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Muscotah, 1893-94; Oneida, 1894-96; 
Whiting, 1896-97; Admire, 1897-00; Lyndon, 1900-02; Corning, 1902; Mor- 
rill, 1904-06 1 ; Wetmore, 1906-08; Supernumerary, 1908-09; Marysville, 1909- 
11; Eskridge, 1911-14; Blue Rapids, 1914-15; Mound City, 1915-17; Savon- 
burg, 1917-. Born Kingston, Ont, Aug. 27, 1862. Married Mary Margaret 
Althouse, Feb. 27, 1896. Children: Lillian Consuelo, June 22, 1897; Hallie 
Lucille, March 2, 1899; Vera Victoria, Jan. 8, 1901; Eldon Thomas, April 14, 
1907; Roscoe Leland, Sept. 14, 1912. 

151. GUY POTTER BENTON. BURLINGTON, VT. 
A.B.; A.M., 1896; D.D., 1900. A.M., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1905; 

D.D., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1905. LL.D., Upper Iowa University, 
1906. LL.D., University of Vermont, 1911. LL.D., Middlebury College, 
Vermont, 1912. LL.D., University of Mississippi, 1914. LL.D., Miami Uni- 
versity, 1916. L.H.D., Norwich University, 1916. Graduate student Uni- 
versity of Wooster, 1894-96. Superintendent of Schools, Fort Scott, 1890- 
95; Assistant State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Kansas, 1895-96; 
Professor of History and Sociology, Baker University, 1896-99; President of 
Upper Iowa University, 1899-02; President Miami University, 1902-11; 
President University of Vermont, 1911-. President Southern Kansas 
Teachers' Association, 1892. President Board of Education, Baldwin, 
1898-99. Member of Kansas State Board of Education, 1899. Minister of 
M. E. Church, 1899-. Secretary Ohio Conference College Deans and Presi- 
dents, 1903-05. President Ohio College Association, 1903-04. Chairman of 
Committee, Ohio College Association, on "An Educational Policy for Ohio," 
1904-05. President of Ohio Conference of College Presidents and Deans, 
1904-06. President Ohio Y. M. C. A., 1908-09. Student in Berlin, Germany, 
1909-10. Secretary National Association of State Universities, 1910-16; 
President National Association of State Universities, 1916. Author of 
"The Real College." Elector of The Hall of Fame, 1910-. Member Amer- 
ican Historical Society. Director N. E. A., 1912-13, 1914-16. Vice-Presi- 
dent, N. E. A., 1912-13. Member Phi Beta Kappa. National President Phi 
Delta Theta, 1912-14. National President Tau Kappa Alpha, 1915-. Presi- 
dent Vermont State Board of Education, 1914-15. Chairman Vermont 
State Library Commission, 1912-14. Member State Committee, Vermont Y. 
M. C. A., 1912-, Born Kenton, O., May 26, 1865. Married Dolla Konantz, 
Sept. 4. 1889. Children: Helen Geneva, Oct. 16, 1892; Pauline Corinth, Jan. 
25, 1898. 

152. MABEL CUNNINGHAM. MADISON, WIS. 
B.S. Student Conservatory of Music, Oberlin College, 1894-95; 

Teacher of Voice, Baker University, 1895-97; at home, Emporia, 1897-00; 
Homekeeper, 1900-. Born Emporia, Dec. 11, 1871. Married Matthew 
Simpson Dudgeon, No. 139, July 11, 1900. Children: Lucile, Sept. 12, 1904; 
Edith May, Jan. 20. 1912. Sister of No. 109. 

153. GEORGE WILLIAM GOODALE, 731 PHELAN BLDG., SAN 

FRANCISCO, CALIF. 
A.B. M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, 1900. 
Chemist in Ohio Beet Sugar Factory, 1893-94; Professor of Latin, Pomona 
College, Pomona, Calif., 1895-96; Student McCormick Biblical Institute, 
1896-97; Student College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, 1897- 
00; Physician, Mendocino State Hospital, Calif., 1900-02; Physician and 
Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif., 1902-. Assistant Emergency Surgeon, San 
Francisco, Calif., 1903-07; City Physician of San Francisco, 1910-. Born 
Cedar Falls, la., July 27, 1873. Married Emma S. Kuchmeister, Nov. 3, 
1900. 

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1893] GRADUATES 

154. HARVARD OLIVER HARPSTER, 335 N. 17TH ST, KANSAS 

CITY. 

A.B. Instructor in English, Baker University, 1893-95; Assistant Post- 
master, Brookshire, Tex., 1896-99; Secretary and Superintendent Anderson 
Coupling & Fire Supply Co., Kansas City, 1899-. Born Severance, March 

7, 1870. Married Laura Beeks, Sept. 1, 1896. Children: Dorothy, Aug. 
29, 1899; Kenneth Beeks, July 26, 1907. Brother of No. 124. 

155. SAMUEL BRUSH HASKIN. R. F. D. No. 3, OLATHE. 

A.B.; A. M., 1895. LL. B., University of Michigan, 1898. Professor 
Mathematics, Marmaduke Military Institute, Sweet Springs, Mo., 1893-96; 
Student Law Dept. University of Michigan, 1896-98; Admitted to the Bar 
in Missouri, 1896; Farmer, Olathe, 1898-. Member of House of Represen- 
tatives of Kansas, 1905-07-09. Trustee of Baker University, 1906-. Presi- 
dent of Kansas Day Republican Club, 1908. Born Lenexa, Sept. 16, 1872. 
Married Maude A. Vigour, Jan. 8, 1901. Children: Bernice, Sept. 1, 1905; 
Harvard Glenn, Mar. 27, 1908; Harley Vigour, Sept. 12, 1910; Samuel Brush, 
Jr., Apr. 28. 1913. Brother of Nos. 125, 195. 

156. WILLIAM LEROY HOLTZ, 925 CONSTITUTION ST., EM- 

PORIA. 

A.B. Graduate student, Drake University, 1898; The University of 
Chicago, 1899, '01, '15. Teacher, Moran, 1893-94; Burlingame, 1894-02; 
Dickinson Co., High School, Chapman, 1902-03; Superintendent Schools, 
Burlingame, 1903-05; Substitute Instructor in Latin, Kansas State Normal 
School, 1905-06; Associate Professor of Latin, Kansas State Normal 
School, 1906-11; Professor of Latin, Kansas State Normal School, 1911-. 
Born Fairview, O. Married Maud Somerville Thompson, July 7, 1906. 

157. PALMER BANGS KNEPP. AXTELL. 

B.S. Minister M. E. Church, Rantoul, supply, 1893-94; Neosho Falls, 
1894-97; Mont Ida, 1897-01; Walnut, 1901-03; Colony, 1903-07; Blue Mound, 
1907-11; Grace, Fort Scott, 1911-14; Axtell, 1914-. Born Lima, Ind., Aug. 
25, 1867. Married Hattie Howard, March 15, 1894. Child: Florence Mary, 
Jan. 26, 1903. Brother of Nos. 285, 427. 

158. HOMER SAMUEL MYERS, 807 WISCONSIN ST, HURON, S. 

DAKOTA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1896. A.M., The University of Chicago, 1916. Principal 
of Schools, Elk City, 1893-94; Superintendent Public Schools, Cherryvale, 
1894-97; Superintendent Public Schools, Garnett, 1897-02; Principal Dick- 
inson County High School, Chapman, 1902-06; Superintendent Schools, 
Ellsworth, 1906-08; Superintendent Schools, Chanute, 1908-09; Graduate 
student in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1909-11; Instructor in 
Mathematics, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., 1911-12; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, la, 1912-13; Instructor 
in Mathematics, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis, 1913-15; Professor of Mathe- 
matics, Huron College, Huron, S. Dak, 1915-. Born Martville, N. Y, Apr. 
11, 1869. Married Bessie Capper, Aug. 22, 1900 (died July 22, 1909). Mar- 
ried Mrs. Elanore H. Simpson, No. 236, Aug. 12, 1916. 

159. HATTIE A. RAPP. BALDWIN CITY. 

B.S. Teacher, Grades, Williamsburg, 1893-97; Grades, Ottawa, 1897-00; 
Homekeeper, Cherryvale, Kingfisher, Okla, Caldwell, Winfield, 1900-06; 
Baldwin City, 1906-. Born Marathon, O, June 24, 1872. Married Edwin 
S. Hackett, June 24, 1900 (died Aug. 22, 1906). Children: Edwin C, Apr. 

8, 1901; Helen, Oct. 12, 1902. Sister of Nos. 718, 943. 

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160. MERTON STACHER RICE. DETROIT, MICH. 

B.S.; M.S., 1896. D.D, Upper Iowa University, Fayette, la., 1903. 
Student of Law, University of Michigan, 1893. Minister M. E. Church, 
Westphalia, 1894-96; Fontana, 1896-97; North Ottawa, 1897-00; West Union. 
Ta.. 1900-03- Iowa City, la., 1903-04. Duluth, Minn., 1904-13; N. Woodward, 
Detroit, Mich., 1913-. Born Ottawa, Sept. 5, 1872. Married Laura Buck- 
ner, April 3, 1895. Children: Eugene M., July 4, 1897; Allen B., June 27, 
1901; Shanna E., May 7, 1906; Ruskin, May 27. 1908; Cyrus Robert, July 
29, 1910; Elaine, Dec. 29, 1912. 

161. JOHN HENRY SCHAFFNER. COLUMBUS, O. 

A.B.; A.M., 1896. A.M., University of Michigan, 1894. Graduate 
student in Botany, Zoology and Paleontology, Universitv of Michigan, 1893- 
94; University of Chicago, 1896-97; University of Zurich, 1907-08. As- 
sistant in Botany and student, University of Michigan, 1894-95; Processor 
Natural Science, South Dakota University, Mitchell, S. D., 1895-96; Assis- 
tant in Botanv, Ohio State University, Columbus. O., 1897-99; Ass ; stant 
Professor of Botany, Ohio State University, 1899-02; Associate Professor 
of Botany, Ohio State University, 1902-11; Professor of Botany, Oh ; o State 
University, 1911-; Head of Department of Botany, Ohio State Univers : ty, 
1908-. Fellow American Association Adv. Science, 1899. Member O^io 
Academy of Science. Kansas Academy of Science, National Geographic 
Society. Member Sigma Xi. Editor Ohio Journal of Science, Co- 
lumbus, 1900-. Vice-President. Oh'O Academv of Science. President Ohio 
Academy of Science, 1907. "Starred" Scientist, American Men of Science, 
1910. Author of numerous scientific articles, mostly botanical, in the Botani- 
cal Gazette, Journal of Applied Microscopy. The Ohio NaturaHst, Pro- 
ceedings Ohio Academy of Science, and other publications; laboratory 
Outlines for General Botany, 4th Edition: Trees of Ohio and surrounding 
territory; The Pteridophytes of Ohio; Field Manual of Trees. B^rn 
Agosta, O., July 8, 1866. Married Mable Brockett, August 7, 1895 (died 
May 6, 1906). Married Mrs. Mary Morton Sample, April 15, 1908 (died 
1914). Married Cordelia Garber, June 15, 1916. 



162. JAMES D. SMITH. 1102 WEST ST, EMPORIA. 

B.S.; M. S, 1896; A. M., 1905. D D. Missouri Weslevan Universitv, 1910. 
Minister M. E. Church, Madison, 1887: Toronto, 188^-89; Hartford, 1889- 
90: In school, 1890-92; Melvern. 1.893-9'?: MrJine. 1895-97; Waverly. 1*97- 
01: Educational Secretary Baker Universitv. 1901-05: Independence, 190^-07; 
Ottawa, 1907-09; President Carleton College, Farmington, Mo., 1909-11; 
Cherryvale, 1911; Coffeyville, 1912-15; Superintendent Emporia District, 
1915-. Member General Conference. M. E. Church, 1916. Born PMte 
City, Mo., Oct. 8, 1861. Married Tilla Harshberger, Feb. 23. 1886. Chil- 
dren: Hortense, April 26, 1887; Heyl Bowman, Tune 11, 1889; MauHne, 
Dec. 18, 1896; Joyce Durboraw, March 17, 1900; Elizabeth, July 8, 1904. 



163. RAY FLETCHER SMITH, 1920 REBECCA ST, SIOUX CITY, 
IOWA. 

B.S. Merchant, Beattie, 1893-99; Pasadena, Calif, 1899-1900; Travelling 
Dry Goods Salesman, St. Joseph, Mo, 1900-11: Sioux City, la, 1911-. Born 
Beattie, May 28, 1868. Married Mae E. Smith, Feb. 23, 1898. Children: 
Alene M, Dec. 5, 1898; Frances N, April 23, 1907. Brother of No. 136. 

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164. EDWARD HARRIS SPENCER. LA HARPE. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Somerset, (supply), 1893-94; Bartlett, 
1894-95; Wauneta, 1895-97; Crestline, 1897-99; Redfield, 1899-01; Farlington, 
1901-02; Supernumerary, (Amboy, 111., 1902-03; Harmon, 111., 1903-04;) How- 
ard, 1904-07; Strawn, 1907-08; Plymouth, 1908-09; St. Paul, 1909-10; Super- 
numerary 1910-12; Retired, 1912 (Parsons, 1910-13; Editor The La Harpe 
Enterprise, 1913-). Born Dowagiac, Mich., Sept., 24, 1865. Married Ada B. 
Crane, June 26, 1895. Children: Harold C, Feb. 6, 1897; Louis M., March 
9, 1900; Mildred E., June 17, 1902; Francis E., March 26, 1904; M. Theo- 
dore, Jan. 31, 1908. 

CLASS OF 1894 

165. THOMAS BYRON ADELL. GRANTVILLE. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Wathena, 1895-97; Whiting, 1897-02; 
Silver Lake, 1902-03; Nortonville, 1903-06; Supernumerary, 1906-08; Hoyt, 
1908-11; Nortonville, 1911-14; Talmage, 1914-15; Grantville, 1915-. Born 
Walkerton, Ind., Dec. 17, 1870. Married Adda Adair, May 28, 1895. 

166. JAMES FLOYD ATHERTON, 619 PHILADELPHIA BLDG., 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

A. B. Teacher, White City, 1894-96; Baldwin City, 1897-98; U. S. De- 
partment of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, Tagger, St. Joseph, 
1898; Clerk, Kansas City, Mo., 1899; Louisville, Ky.; Parkersburg, W. Va., 
Kansas City, Mo., U. S. Weather Bureau, Department of Agriculture, Am- 
arillo, Tex., Observer, Parkersburg, W. Va., Kansas City, Mo., Little Rock, 
Ark., Pittsburg, Pa., 1899-05; Clerk, Philadelphia Company, Pittsburg, 
Pa., 1905-. Born Secor, 111., Apr. 14, 1870. Married Minnie Carter, Nov. 
3, 1893. Children: Lorna Genevieve, Jan. 16, 1895; James Carter, Aug. 
6, 1900. 

167. FRANK J. BENSCOTER. HUTCHINSON. 

A.B. Principal High School, Alliance, Neb., 1896-97; Lawyer, Macks- 
ville, 1900-07; Hutchinson, 1907-. Born Windsor, Mo., Nov. 5, 1870. 

168. BESSIE BOUGHTON. 1108 TOPEKA AVE., TOPEKA. 

A.B. Teacher Grant School, North Topeka, 1895-96; Teacher English, 
High School, Topeka, 1896-13; At home, Topeka, 1913-. Graduate student 
of English; one year Washburn; three summers as graduate student in the 
University of Chicago. Born Jefferson, Tex., May 31, 1868. 

169. DAN BREARLEY BRUMMITT, 2523 PARK PLACE, EVANS- 

TON, ILL. 

A.B.; A.M., 1903; D.D., 1907. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1902. 
Minister M. E. Church, Maple Hill, 1892-93; Baldwin City Ct, 1893-94; 
Altamant, 1894-95; Fort Smith, Ark., 1895-97; Little Rock, Ark., 1897-99; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1899-02; As- 
sistant Editor Epworth Herald, Chicago, 1901-10; Manager Circulation 
Department, Methodist Book Concern, Chicago, 1910-12; Editor Epworth 
Herald, 1912-. Member of Board of Control of the Epworth League of 
the M. E. Church. Author: "Epworth League Methods," "The Efficient 
Epworthian." Born Batley, Yorkshire, England, Aug. 13, 1867. Married 
Stella Wyatt, Sept. 12, 1894. Child: Wyatt Brearley, Jan. 19, 1897. 

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170. LIZZIE BELLE CONE. WELLSVILLE. 

B.L. At home, Wellsville, 1894-95; Homekeeper, 1895-. Born Dela- 
ware Co., O., July 5, 1868. Married Harry Lionel Muesse, No. 179, Nov. 
26, 1895. Child: Mary Eliza, Aug. 3, 1903. 

171. GEORGE FOX COOK. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

A.B. Ph.D., Philander Smith College. Lawyer, Cincinnati, O. Pro- 
fessor Little Rock University, Little Rock, Ark., Philander Smith College. 
Professor. Southwestern College. Principal Academy, Baker University, 
1905-07; Professor of Education, Occidental College, Los Angeles, Calif., 
1907-. Born, Cincinnati, O., Oct. 8, 1862. Married Jennette Acomb, Dec. 
17, 1899. Children: John Wesley, April 13, 1893; Lawrence Russell, Jan. 
24, 1899. 

172. LOREN DWIGHT CORNING. HINTON, OKLA. 

A.B. Professor Greek, Black Hills College, Hot Springs, S. Dak., 1894- 
96. Minister M. E. Church, St. Paul, 1896-98; Mulberry, 1898-01; Liberty, 
1901-04; Pond Creek, Okla., 1904-05; Pawnee, Okla., 1905-08; Epworth Fed- 
erated Methodist Church, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1908-10; Edmond, Okla., 
1910-11; Norman, Okla., 1911-13; Medford, Okla., 1913-16; Hinton, Okla., 
1916-. Secretary Oklahoma Conference, 1911-. Born Grafton, O., Mar. 21, 
1868. Married Ella Hitch, Aug. 7, 1895. Children: Howard G., July 10, 
1898; Elizabeth H., Sept. 9, 1900; Kathryn M., Apr. 9, 1910. 

173. HOMER EDGAR CULLISON. UNION, ORE. 

A.B. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1902. Minister M. E. Church, 
Strong City, 1894-96; Cedar Point, 1896-97; Hamilton, 1897-99; Graduate 
Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1899-02; Severy, 1902-06; 
Hartford, 1906-08; Emmett, Ida., 1908-10; Twin Falls, Ida., 1910-11; Weiser, 
Ida., 1911-14; Union, Ore., 1914.- Born Bloomfield, Ind., Dec. 6, 1870. Mar- 
ried Eva Sanders, April 8, 1896 (died Aug. 13, 1903). Married Mary C. 
Ott, April 11, 1906. Child: Charles Emmett, March 27, 1909. 

174. MINNIE JANE GAMES. 17 S. 23RD., ST., KANSAS CITY. 

B.L. Teacher, Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1894-96; Homekeeper, 
Baldwin City, 1898-02; Lawrence, 1902-09; Kansas City, 1909-. Born Lee's 
Summit, Mo., Aug. 9, 1868. Married Ralph E. Knox, June 1, 1898. Chil- 
dren: Faye Lorraine, March 19, 1899; Raymond G., March 18, 1902. Sister 
of Nos. 121, 175, 266. 

175. MOSES WILLIAM GAMES. LAWRENCE. 

A.B. LL.B., The University of Kansas, 1898. Teacher, Rural Schools, 
Douglas Co., 1894-95; Teacher, School for the Deaf, Olathe, 1895-96; Stu- 
dent in Law, The University of Kansas, 1896-98; Under Civil Service ap- 
pointment in Packing House industry, St. Joseph, Mo., Kansas City, Mo., 
and Oklahoma City, Okla. Born Miami Co., March 23, 1873. Married 
Ethel Comstack, 1898. Brother of Nos. 121, 174, 266. 

176. ELIZABETH JAMES KIRKPATRICK. MUSKOGEE, OKLA. 

B.L. Homekeeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1894-98; St. Joseph, Mo., 1898-00; 
Okla., 1900-04; Texas, 1904-07; Muskogee, Okla., 1907-. Born Leroy, Feb. 
27, 1868. Married George Irving Harvey, July 11, 1894. 

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177. GEORGE ANTHUS MARVEL. DOUGLAS, ARIZ. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1901. Teacher High School, Bald- 
win City, 1894-96; Minister M. E. Church, Dunavant, 1897-98; Graduate 
student in Theology, Boston University, 1898-01; Centropolis, 1901-02; Mt. 
Pleasant, Kansas City, 1902-05; Wamego, 1905-10; Lowman Memorial, To- 
peka, 1910-13; Clay Center, 1913-14; Douglas, Ariz., 1914-. Born Myers 
Valley, Oct. 8, 1871. Married Katie Rushmore, Aug. 30, 1904. Children: 
Theodore Prettyman, July 15, 1905; Helen Margaret, May 6, 1907; Victor 
Henry, Aug. 28, 1909; Kathryn Ruth, Feb. 7, 1912. Brother of Nos. 199, 
243, 306. 

178. THOMAS IRA MOTTER, 166 N. KENILWORTH AVE., OAK 

PARK, ILL. 

A.B.; A.M. P.G., The University of Kansas, 1895. M.D., Rush Medi- 
cal College, Chicago, 1899. Student Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1894- 
99; Interne Cook County Hospital, Chicago; Attending Surgeon Cook 
County Hospital, Chicago; Practicing Physician, Chicago; Assistant Pro- 
fessor Surgery, Rush Medical College, Chicago; Post Graduate, Europe, 
1906. Fellow American College of Surgeons. Member Chicago Medical 
Society, American Medical Association. Born Scranton, Aug. 8, 1872. 
Married Mary Maude Schroyer, Jan. 3, 1901. Children: Charles Schroyer, 
Apr. 4, 1903; Mary, July 9, 1906. Brother of No. 202. 

179. HENRY LIONEL MUESSE. WELLSVILLE. 

Ph.B. Lawyer, Ottawa, 1894-03; Kansas City, Mo., 1903-07; Banker, 
Wellsville, 1907-. Born Lancaster, Wis., May 14, 1870. Married Lizzie 
Belle Cone, No. 170, Nov. 26, 1895. Child, Mary Eliza, Aug. 3, 1903. 

180. JAMES WILLIAM REED. SEVERANCE. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Tecumseh, 1895-98; Centropolis, 1898- 
00; Admire, 1900-01; Supernumerary, 1901-02; Oakland, Topeka, 1902-05; 
Kansas Avenue, Topeka, 1905-07; Council Grove, 1907-11; White City, 1911- 
12; Overbrook, 1912-17; Severance, 1917-. Born Williamsburg, O., Sept. 
9, 1865. Married Carrie Baker, Aug. 16, 1893. Children: Esther Gladys, 
Apr. 5, 1896; Baker Merrill, Dec. 23, 1899. 

181. LILIAN SCOTT. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1909. Teacher, Pomona, 1879-83; Principal Schools, 
Wellsville, 1883-86; Superintendent Schools, Baldwin City, 1886-89; Super- 
intendent Schools, Enterprise, 1889-92; Principal Olathe Academy, 1892- 
93; Instructor Baker University, 1893-94; Professor of Pedagogy, Baker 
University, 1894-. Author of Manuals on "History of Education" and 
"School Economy." President, Kansas State Teachers' Association, 1915. 
Member State Board of Education, 1915-. Born Winterset, la. 

182. OLIVE MAUDE STEWART. KINSLEY. 

A.B. Teacher Ancient and Modern Language, Central College, Sul- 
phur Springs, Tex., 1894-95; Teacher Rural Schools, Baldwin City, 1895-99; 
Greek and German, High School, Warrensburg, Mo., 1899-1900; Shorey, 
1900-01; Principal Schools, Elsmore, 1901-02; Mathematics, Maryville Semi- 
nary, Maryville, Mo., 1902-03; English and German, Northwest Missouri 
College, Albany, Mo., 1903-04; Principal High School, and English and Ger- 

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man, Burlingame, 1904-05; Principal Schools, Elsmore, 1905-07; Professor 
Latin and German, Arkansas Conference College, Siloam Springs, Ark., 
1907-10; Principal Schools, Ortig, Colo., 1910-11; Latin, High School, Os- 
borne, 1911-12; Graduate Student, Berlin University, Berlin, Germany, 1912; 
Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, 1913; Latin and German, 
High School, Kinsley, 1914-. Born Millwood. 

183. IRWIN STIMMEL. FOWLER. 

Ph. B. Principal Schools, Pomona, 1894-95; Principal High School, 
Garnett, 1895-97; Superintendent Schools, Cedar Vale, 1897-02; Superinten- 
dent Schools, Howard, 1902-05; Merchant, (Book Store), El Dorado Springs, 
Mo., 1905-16. Born Ostrander, O., Jan. 24, 1861. Married Clara Perkins, 
Sept. 1, 1886 (died Aug. 29, 1888). Married Mattie Powell, Aug. 8, 1895. 
Children: Blanche, June 29, 1887; Robert Marion, Sept. 30, 1896; Ethyl 
Adelle, Jan. 19, 1899; DeLoss Walker, May 15, 1901. 

184. OLIVER LINCOLN UTTER. WEST MANSFIELD, O. 

A.B.; A.M., 1896. B.Sc, K.S.A.C, 1888. S.T.B., Boston University, 
1899. D.D., Taylor University, 1910. Minister M. E. Church, Axtell, 1895-97; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1897-99; Ebenezer, O.,1900- 
03; York St., Cincinnati, O., 1903-07; St. Paul's, Springfield, O., 1907-10; 
Eaton, O., 1910-12; Grace, Piqua, O., 1912-16; West Mansfield, O., 1916-. 
Graduate student, Boston University, 1899-1900. Born Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Married Nellie A. Leland, June 20, 1900. 

185. *HARRY BERTRAND WREN. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1897. Graduate student The University of Chicago, 1895. 
Principal Schools, Greeley, 1896-97; Principal, Edgerton, 1897-98; U. S. 
Weather Bureau, Denver, 1898; Cheyenne, Wyo., 1898-01; Washington, D. 
C, 1901-04; Baltimore, Md., 1904-05. Born Mechanicsburg, O., Sept. 21, 
1865. Married Helen Crooks, Oct. 27, 1897. Died Oct. 1, 1905, burial at 
Olathe. Child: Harper Chapman, Apr. 14. 1901. 



CLASS OF 1895 

186. GRACE BREYFOGLE. OLATHE. 

B.L. At home, Lenexa, 1895; Olathe. Born Lenexa. Married C. W. 
Jones, M. D., Dec, 25, 1902. Children: Kathleen Elizabeth, Aug. 5, 1907; 
Mary Jane, Feb. 22, 1913. Sister of Nos. 47, 48. 

187. ELINOR MARGUERITE CAMPBELL. 

Ph.B. A.M., Ozark College, 1896. Teacher, Edmond and Oklahoma 
City, 1896-97; Avilla, Mo., 1897-04; Phoenix, Ariz., 1904-10; Bisbee, Ariz., 
1910-. 

188. HARRY CLAUDE CASE. GUTHRIE, OKLA, 

A.B. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1899. A.M. and Ph.D., Illinois 
Wesleyan University, 1904. Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1896-99; Minister M. E. Church, Lebo, 1899-01; Cottonwood Falls, 
1901-05; Chetopa, 1905-08; Alva, Okla., 1908-12; Guthrie, Okla., 1912-13; 

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Superintendent Guthrie District, 1913-. Trustee Methodist University of 
Oklahoma, 1910-. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1916. Born 
Fredonia, Feb. 24, 1873. Married Rose Kiger, June 6, 1899. Children: 
Blanche, March 16, 1900; Harold Claude, May 20, 1902. 

189. *CHARLES FLETCHER CLARK. 

A.B. Principal High School, Waterville, 1898-00. Born La Salle Co., 
111., Nov. 20, 1870. Married Eva C. Gill, Aug. 25, 1897. Died July 24, 1900, 
burial at Baldwin City. Children: Mary Gale, June 8, 1898; George 
Fletcher, Nov. 7, 1899. Brother of Nos. 190, 414, 562. 

190. WILLIAM MELVIN CLARK. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Banker, Baldwin, 1895-. Born Waterville, Feb. 13, 1874. Mar- 
ried Myrtle Pearl Walker, No. 276, Sept. 19, 1901. Brother of Nos. 189, 
414, 562. 

191. JOSEPH EDWARD COE. BARTLESVILLE, OKLA. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1898. Graduate Student in 
Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1895-98; Minister M. E. Church, 
Walnut Grove, Topeka, 1898-1900; Cromwell, la., 1900-02; Stanton, la., 1902- 
04; Nodaway, la., 1904-07; Grand Junction, la., 1907-11; Wichita Falls, Tex., 
1911-1-t; Bartlesville, Okla., 1914-. Born Manhattan, Tuly 19, 1873. Married 
Edna E. Martin, Oct. 18, 1899. Children: Malnor Elizabeth, Oct. 4, 1900; 
Dorothy Poyntz, Jan. 20, 1902. 

192. HADDON SPURGEON FARRAR, 7257 PRINCETON AVE., 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Graduate Student Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., 1895- 
96; Traveling Salesman for Powers, Higley & Co., 1896-97; Teacher, Beat- 
tie, 1897-99; Salesman Methodist Book Concern, Chicago, 111., 1899-02; 
Manager Branch Office, Powers, Higley & Co., Denver, Colo., 1903-04; De- 
partment Manager with Albaught Dover Co., Chicago, 111., 1904-07; Solic- 
itor for Bradstreets, Chicago, 111., 1908-. Born London, O., March 17, 
1868. Married Bertha M. Pasley, Aug. 29, 1900. Child: Virginia, Sept. 
30, 1907. 

193. ARZA BRACKEN FOGLE. WILLIAMSBURG. 

A.B.; A.M., 1897. Graduate Student The University of Chicago, 1896- 
99; Director of Athletics, Baker University, 1900-03; Farmer, Baldwin 
City, 1903-05; Williamsburg, 1905-. Born Punxsutawney, Pa., May 18, 1865. 
Married Alice Scott, June 27, 1899. Children: Arza Bracken, Jr., Aug. 
22, 1901; Walter G., Jan. 5, 1902; Frank Daniel, Aug. 26, 1903; Alice Rachel, 
May 9, 1905. 

194. FORREST MADISON HARTLEY. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B. Editor Arkansas Valley Democrat, Arkansas City, 1895-05; Ass't. 
Cashier First National Bank, Arkansas City, 1896-98; Editor Farm Publi- 
cation, Kansas City, Mo., 1903-06; Organizer and Cashier, Winona State 
Bank, Winona, 1906-07; Lumber Dealer, Baldwin City, 1907-. Trustee South- 
western College, 1899-1900. Mayor Baldwin City, 1909-12. Born India- 
nola, 111., July 26, 1874. Married Mary Sophia Ives, No. 197, Aug. 19, 1897. 
Children: Hugh Philip, May 29, 1898; Genevieve, Aug. 5, 1910. 

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195. ELKANAH HARLEY HASKIN. LENEXA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1898. LL.B., Northwestern University, 1897. Law stu- 
dent Northwestern University, 1895-97; Farmer, Lenexa, 1897-04; Banker, 
Lenexa, 1904-. Born Lenexa, Nov. 21, 1874. Married Maud Wilson, Sept. 
21, 1898. Children: Miriam, Feb. 16, 1901; Genevieve, Dec. 10, 1903. 
Brother of Nos. 125, 155. 

196. *david McMillan houghtelin. 

A.B.; A.M., 1901. S.T.B., Boston University, 1900. Minister M. E. 
Church, Carbondale, 1895-97; Wathena, 1897; Graduate Student in Theol- 
ogy, Boston University and Drew Theological Seminary, 1898-1900; Dow 
City, la., 1900-02; De Soto and Highland Park, Des Moines, la., 1902-03; 
Minburn, la., 1903-04; Panora, la., 1904-08; Graduate Student in Free 
Church College, Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland, 1908-09; Financial 
Secretary, Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, la., 1909-13. Member 
Academy of Science, National Geographic Society. Born Gettysburg, Pa., 
Jan. 14, 1872. Married Edith Archer, Dec. 14, 1911. Died June 3, 1913, 
burial at Spencer, la. 

197. MARY SOPHIA IVES. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. At home, Baldwin City, 1895-97; Homekeeper, 1897-. Secretary 
Young People's Work Topeka Branch, W.F.M.S., 1901-04. Born Allen Co., 
Jan. 29, 1872. Married Forrest Madison Hartley, No. 194, Aug. 19, 1897. 
Children: Hugh Philip, May 29, 1898; Genevieve, Aug. 5, 1910. Sister of 
No. 140. 



198. LEWIS MERRILL MARKHAM. LAMAR, COLO. 

A.B. Ranchman, Prowers Co., Colo., 1895-96; Ass't Cashier First Na- 
tional Bank, Lamar, Colo., 1896; with Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet & Ir- 
rigated Land Co., Engineering Department,, from Rodman to Ass't En- 
gineer, 1896-04; Principal Engineer, American Beet Sugar Co., Lamar, Colo., 
1904-06; Ass't Engineer, Santa Fe Ry. Co., for the Construction of the 
Arkansas Valley Railroad, 1906-08; Division Engineer, Kansas Colorado 
Railroad Co., Garden City, Kans., 1908-09; Ass't Engineer, Two Buttes 
Irrigation & Reservoir Co., Lamar, Colo., 1909; Chief Engineer, Kansas 
Colorado Construction Co., Pueblo, Colo., 1909-10; Director of Exhibits, 
Eighteenth National Irrigation Congress, Pueblo, Colo., 1910; Assistant 
to Manager American Beet Sugar Co., Lamar and Las Animas, Colo., 1911- 
12; Private Practice as Civil and Hydraulic Engineer, 1913; County Clerk 
and Recorder, Prowers Co., Lamar. Colo., 1914-. Born West Salem, O., 
Aug. 31, 1873. Married Florita L. Smith, Oct. 2, 1901. Children: Lewis 
Merrill, Jr., Nov. 15, 1903; Mary Lucile, May 21, 1906. Brother of Nos. 131, 
214. 



199. *ESTHER ALMIRA MARVEL. 

A.B. Teacher. Baldwin City, 1895-96: Teacher, India, (Lawrence), 1897- 
1900: Principal High School, Sabetha. 1900-01; Homekeeper, 1901-10. Born 
De Witt Co., 111. Dec. 18. 1869. Married Charles Beniamm Dalton. No. 
210, June 25, 1901. Died Sept. 21, 1910, burial at Baldwin City. Children: 
Evelyn Ruth, June 20, 1902; Esther Frances, Jan. 28, 1907. Sister of Nos. 
177, 243, 306. 

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200. WILLIS OSCAR MESSINGER. MORAN. 

Ph. B. Merchant, Baldwin City, 1895-97; Moran, 1897-. Born Barres- 
ville. Married Beulah Louise Samuel, Sept. 2, 1908. 

201. EDWIN MERRICK MILLER. MOUND CITY, MO. 

A.B.; A.M., 1903. M.D., Ensworth Medical College, St. Joseph, Mo., 1897. 
Physician, St. Joseph, Mo., 1897-01; Physician and Surgeon, Mound City, 
Mo., 1901-. Professor Physical Diagnosis, Ensworth Medical College, St. 
Joseph Mo., 1898-04; Surgeon, C. B. & Q. Ry., 1897-. Member State Board 
Managers Hospital for the Insane, 1908. Member Missouri State Medical 
Society, American Medical Association. President Holt County Medical 
Association, 1911. Born Troy, O., Oct. 6, 1869. Married Annie L. McCoy, 
Oct. 8, 1900. Children: Margaret M., March 8, 1902; Edwin T., Dec. 24, 
1905; Robert L., Feb. 21, 1907. 

202. MAIE MOTTER. PITTSBURG. 

A.B. At home, Kansas City, 1895-00; Homekeeper, Kansas City, 1900- 
01; Pittsburg, 1901-. Born Bloomington, 111., Oct. 26, 1874. Married Joseph 
A. Waskey, Dec. 21, 1900. Children: Helen, Sept. 26, 1902; Miriam Deane, 
April 20, 1905; Josephine, July 30, 1915. Sister of No. 178. 

203. DAVID KYUGORO OBATA. TOKYO, JAPAN. 

A.B.; D.D, 1909; LL.D., 1916. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1898. 
A.M., University of New York, 1899. Graduate Student in Theology, Drew 
Theological Seminary, 1895-98; Graduate Student University of New York, 
1898-99. Teacher in school under auspices of Japanese M. E. Church, San 
Francisco, 1899-00; Pastor Japanese M. E. Church, San Francisco, Calif., 
1900-03; Minister M. E. Church, 1900-. Professor New Testament in Aoyama 
Gakuin, Toyko, Japan, 1903- ; Pastor Aoyama Gakuin Church, 1906-10. 
Author, "The Word of the Cross" in Japanese; Translator of "The Chris- 
tian Faith" into Japanese. Fraternal Delegate from Japanese Methodist 
Church to General Conference M. E. Church, 1916. Born Sendai, Mayagi, 
Japan, May 8, 1867. Married Tsugie Kasai, June 10, 1903. Children: Kaz- 
uko, Apr. 26, 1904; Yoshihisa, Nov. 25, 1906; Takahisa, June 20, 1908; Nari- 
hisa, Sept. 10, 1910; Hideko, June 14, 1914. 

204. ANDREW CAMERON PEARSON, 231 W. 39TH ST, NEW YORK, 

N. Y. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. LL. B, Northwestern University, 1897. Student 
Northwestern University Law School, 1895-97; Legal work in Chicago, 
1896-97; Dry Goods Business, Osawatomie, 1897-98; Advertising Business, 
Dry Goods Reporter, Chicago, 111, 1898-04; Advertising Salesman, Dry 
Goods Economist, New York City, 1904-08; Advertising Manager Dry 
Goods Economist, New York City, 1908-11; Vice-President and General 
Manager, Dry Goods Economist, New York City, 1911-. Trustee Baker 
University, 1913-. Born Coffeyville, Nov. 17, 1873. Married Lelia C. Camp- 
bell, Aug. 24, 1897. Children: Josephine Rae, May 28, 1898; Dorothy 
Louise, Aug. 25, 1900; Andrew Cameron, Jr., Oct. 30, 1903; Forrest Martin, 
July 6, 1909; John Randolph, Feb. 2, 1911. Brother of No. 135. 

205. FLOYD JAY SEAMAN. LORDSBURG, CALIF. 

A.B. B.D, Drew Theological Seminary, 1900. Minister M. E. Church, 
Grantville, 1895-97; Graduate student in Theology, Drew Theological Semin- 

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ary, 1897-00; Oakland, Topeka, 1900-01; Assistant Pastor, First, Topeka, 
1901-02; Sabetha, 1902-06; Glendora, Calif., 1906-08; Supernumerary, 1908-09; 
Echo Park, Los Angeles, Calif., 1909-10; Supernumerary, 1910-13; York 
Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif., 1913-14; Bardsdale, Calif., 1914-16; Lordsburg, 
Calif., 1916-. Born Fountain, Oct. 27, 1870. Married Mattie M. Lake, 
April 3, 1900 (died, Oct. 1, 1912). Married Flora J. Jones, Mar. 1, 1914. 
Child: Harvard Lake, May 29, 1902. 

206. JAMES ALEXANDER STAVELY. PARSONS. 

A.B.; D.D., 1909. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1900. Minister 
M. E. Church, Martin, Topeka, 1895-97; Graduate Student in Theology, 
Drew Theological Seminary, 1897-00; Kansas Ave., Topeka, 1900-05; Junc- 
tion City, 1905-08; Superintendent Atchison District, 1908-13; First, Par- 
sons, 1913-. Graduate student Washburn College, Topeka, 1895-96. Mem- 
ber General Conference M. E. Church, 1912. Trustee Baker University, 
1908-. Born Natrona, Pa., May 27, 1867. Married Rowena K. Saxe, 1900 
(died July 27, 1913). Married Viola A. Troutman, Feb. 8, 1916. Children: 
Maude Agnes, June 14, 1902; Martha Rowena, Sept. 5, 1904; Homer Eaton, 
July 18, 1907. 

207. *CHARLES THOMAS TAYLOR. 

A.B. Graduate student, Union College, 1895-96; Teacher, Mulberry, 
1897; Teacher, Dallas, Tex., 1899; Merchant, Mulberry, 1901; Farmer, 
Norton, 1905; Real Estate, Kansas City, Mo., 1908-14. Born Mulberry, Jan. 
28, 1873. Married Ruby A. Fairbanks, June 28, 1906. Died April 3, 1914, 
burial at Ft. Scott. Children: Blanche Elizabeth, April 9, 1907; William 
Alfred, June 17, 1908; Charles T., March 28, 1913. 

208. JOSEPH LUTHER TAYLOR. PITTSBURG. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. LL. B., Northwestern University, 1897. Student 
Law School Northwestern University, 1895-97; Attorney and Investment 
Banker, Pittsburg, 1897-. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1908, 
1912, 1916. Member General Committee 1908-16; Member Book Committee, 
1916-. Trustee Baker University, 1903-. Trustee Bethany Hospital. Mem- 
ber State Board Y. M. C. A. Born Arcadia, July 24, 1872. Married Ethel 
Cavaness, No. 231, Nov. 2, 1898. Children: Joseph, Sept. 29, 1900; John 
Irven, Jan. 20, 1902; Mary Elizabeth, Dec. 18, 1903; Katherine, May 4, 1906. 

209. EDNA RACHEL WOLFE. SWARTHMORE, PA. 

B.L. At home, Parsons, 1895-96. Homekeeper, 1896-. Born Hum- 
boldt, April 25, 1874. Married Paul Martin Pearson, No. 135, June 11, 1896. 
Children: Andrew Russell, Dec. 13, 1897; Leon Morris, Oct. 15, 1899; Bar- 
bara Wolfe, July 5, 1910; Ellen Cameron, July 23, 1913. 



CLASS OF 1896. 

210. CHARLES BENJAMIN DALTON, 125 W. FIQUERVA ST., 
SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1900. A.M., New York Univer- 
sity, 1901. Minister M. E. Church, Walnut Grove, Topeka, 1896-97; Graduate 
Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1897-1900; Fellow in 
Drew Theological Seminary, 1900-01; Washington Ave., Kansas City, 1901- 

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04; First, El Paso, Tex., 1904-06; Boise, Ida., 1906-10; Trinity, Berkeley, 
Calif., 1910-13; First, Sacramento, Calif., 1913-14; Santa Barbara, Calif., 
1914-. Born South Charlestown, O., June 16, 1869. Married Almira Esther 
Marvel, No. 199, June 25, 1901 (died Sept. 21, 1910). Married Asenath 
Cassandra Marvel, June 8, 1912. Children: Evelyn Ruth, June 20, 1902; 
Esther Frances, Jan. 28, 1907; Mary Alice McClure, March 5, 1913. 



211. ISAAC FRANKLIN EDWARDS. MOUND CITY. 

A.B. A. M. University of Kansas, 1897; S. T. B. Boston University, 1902. 
Graduate Student University of Kansas, 1896-97; Minister M. E. Church, 
Powhattan, 1897-99; Graduate student in Theology, Boston University, 1899- 
02; Tecumseh, 1902-93; Minister Congregational Church, 1903-04; M. E. 
Church, Winchester, 1904-05; Whiting, 1905-10; Clifton, 1910-12; Chapman, 
1912-14; Seneca, 1914-15; Nortonville, 1915-16; Beulah, 1916-17; Mound City, 
1917-. Born Wathena, Oct. 4, 1966. Married Nellie Ebright, Aug. 1, 1905. 
Children: Thomas Isaac, Aug. 20, 1907; Paul Franklin, April 4, 1913. 



212. MARION ETHEL KIDDER, HASKELL INSTITUTE, LAW- 
RENCE. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Baldwin City, 1897; Tower, Minn., 1901-03; Teacher 
Commercial Department, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, 1903-. Born Ander- 
son Co., Kans., June 6, 1875. 



213. JAMES EDWARD MALLORY. WELLSVILLE. 

A.B. Farmer, LeLoup, 1897; Manager Telephone Co., Wellsville, 1901-. 
Loans and Insurance, 1915-. Born Ottawa, Aug. 16, 1874. Married Louise 
Rollins, Aug. 9, 1899. Child: Harriet Wynona, Sept. 2, 1903. Brother of 
Nos. 95, 130. 



214. DORA CLEMENTINE MARKHAM, 1024 LANCASTER AVE., 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

A.B. Graduate work and Assistant in Latin, Baker University, 1896-97; 
Principal High School, Osage City, 1897-98; Teacher Latin and Greek, High 
School, Kansas City, 1892-02; Homekeeper, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, 
Lincoln, Neb., 1903-05; Syracuse, N. Y., 1905-08; New York City, 1908-10: 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1910-. Born West Salem, O., Sept. 13, 1875. Married Her- 
bert Anthony Clark, June 12, 1902. Children: Caryl Markham, May 18, 
1904; Ruth Lorena, Dec. 12, 1907. Sister of Nos. 131, 198. 



215. WILLIAM FRANK MARTIN, 205 PERRY ST., WAPAKO- 
NETA, O. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1901. Minister M. E. Church, Lincoln, 
Mo., and Warsaw, Mo., 1896-98; Graduate student in Theology, Boston 
University, 1898-01; Methodist Union Mission, Gardner, Mass., 1898-01; 
Marshall, Mo., 1902-03; Springfield, Mo., 1903-04; Aberdeen, O., 1904-07; 
North College Hill, Cincinnati, O., 1907-10; State Ave., Cincinnati, O., 1910- 
13; Wapakoneta, O., 1913-. Author "Sir Harry Vane, An Historical Drama." 
Born Princeton, Sept. 22, 1873. Married Rose M. Ganster, Oct. 18, 1904. 
Children: Helen Imogene, Jan. 2, 1907; Harold Ganster, Sept. 21, 1908. 

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216. MASENOS REED MOLESWORTH. AMERICUS. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Kingsville, Mo., 1896-98; Kansas City, 
Mo., 1898-01; Beulah, 1901-03; Fulton, 1903-04; McCune, 1904-08; Moran, 
1908-09; Westphalia, 1909-11; Blue Mound, 1911-15; Louisburg, 1915-17; 
Americus, 1917-. Born Parsons, Jan. 2, 1870. Married Annie T. Dysart, 
April 7, 1S97. Children: Reed Dysart, Feb. 5, 1898; George Harold, March 
21, 1899; Gordon Ray, Nov. 10, 1916. 

217. BIRDEAN IDA MOTTER, 5411 BLACKSTONE AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

B.L. Art student, Baker University, 1897-98; at home, Baldwin City, 
1898-02; Special art study (summer work), Chicago, 111., 1901-07; Special 
summer study in art, New York City, 1908; Director Art Department, 
Baker University, 1902-09; Homekeeper, Chicago, 111., 1909-. National Sec- 
retary, Alpha Chi Omega, 1912-15. Born Bloomington, 111., Oct. 28, 1874. 
Married Charles Everett Ely, July 17, 1909. 

218. ELI MERTON PADDLEFORD. WATERVILLE. 

A.B. B.Sc, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1889. S.T.B., Boston 
University, 1899. Assistant in Mathematics, Baker University, 1892-93. 
Minister M. E. Church, Rossville, 1895-97; Graduate student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1897-99; Powhattan, 1899-00; Highland, 1900-01; Bir- 
mingham, 1901-05; Bonner Springs, 1905-07; Lenexa, 1907-09; Frankfort. 
1909-13; Waterville, 1913-. Born North Fenton, N. Y., April 8, 1867. Mar- 
ried Louise Reed, Nov. 1, 1899. Children: Alice Louise, Dec. 25, 1903: 
Merton Elias, Dec. 28, 1906; Lois Miriam, Sept. 9, 1908. 

219. EDWARD THOMPSON PENDLETON. WELLSVILLE. 

A.B. M.D., University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1899. Student 
University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1897-99; Physician and Sur- 
geon, Ottawa, 1899-00; Physician and Surgeon, Wellsville, 1900-. Assistant 
County Physician, 1903-16. Member Franklin County Medical Society, 
Kansas Mecb'cal Association. Missouri Medical Association, American Med- 
ical Association. Born Burlington, Nov. 17, 1873. Married Juliette Roach, 
Feb. 12, 1913. Child: Edward Thomas, Oct. 25, 1913. 

220. RALPH RAY PRICE. MANHATTAN. 

A.B. A.M., University of Kansas, 1898. Graduate student in History 
and Political Science, University of Kansas, 1896-98; Teaching Fellowship 
in English History, University of Kansas, 1897-00; Graduate student in The 
University of Chicago, summer, 1899; Graduate student in the University 
of Wisconsin, summer, 1901; Graduate student in Cornell University, sum- 
mer, 1902: Student in University of Michigan Law School, summer, 1909. 
Teacher History and Civics, High School, Lawrence, 1898-01; Teacher of 
History. High School, Ishnemmg, Mich., 1901-02: Teacher of History and 
Assistant Principal High School, Rockford, 111., 1902-03; Professor of His- 
tory and Civics, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1903-; Professor of 
American History and Government, University of Kansas, summer, 1911. 
Member American Historical Association, American Political Science As- 
sociation, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, National Geographic 
Society, Phi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Life Member and Director Kansas 
State Historical Society. Author of ''Civics Guide-Book," "American His- 
tory Note Book," Edited Foster's "History of the United States" and 

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Arnold's "History of Kansas." Born Douglas Co., Kans., March 6, 1872. 
Married Roberta Alexandria Simpson, No. 224, June 25, 1903. Child: James 
Francis, May 28, 1906. 

221. NATHAN SHUMATE RAGLE. 1607 S. 9TH ST., SALINA. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Matfield, 1897-98; Bellaire, 1898-99; For- 
mosa, 1899-01; Cuba, 1901-03; Atwood, 1903-05; Norcatur, 1905-08; St. 
Francis, 1908-11; Winona, 1911-13; Retired, 1913. Born Logootee, Ind., Nov. 
15, 1863. Married Rosa A. Hoover, Nov. 4, 1888. Children: Harold A., Dec. 
10, 1889; William Floyd, Feb. 19, 1892; Forrest S., Oct. 26, 1897; Homer T., 
June 6, 1902; Merrill W., Nov. 29, 1906. 

222. JULIAN BRONSON REED. LONGMONT, COLO. 

Ph.B. D.D.S., Western Dental College, Kansas City, Mo., 1899. Student 
Western Dental College, 1897-99; Dentist, Texarkana, Ark., 1899-1910; 
Longmont, Colo., 1912-. Born Dubuque, la., Sept. 9, 1875. Married Jodie 
S Williams, Dec. 21, 1904. Brother of 98. 

223. ISAAC FRANKLIN ROACH, 131 W. FOURTH ST., OKLAHOMA 

CITY, OKLA. 

A.B. D.D., Idaho State University, 1904. Minister M. E. Church, 29th 
St. Mission, Kansas City, Mo., 1896-98; Howard Memorial, Kansas City, Mo., 
1898-01; Boise, Ida., 1901-06; St. Paul, Lincoln, Neb., 1906-12; First, Madi- 
son, Wis., 1912-15; First, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1915-. President of Board 
of Regents of the State University of Idaho, 1905-06. Member of the Board 
of Education of the State Normal Schools of Nebraska, 1910-12. Born 
Waverly, 111., Nov. 13, 1867. Married Anna K. Lehew, Oct. 6, 1896 (died 
Jan. 19, 1912). Married Lydia M. Rickard, June 17, 1813. Children: Francis, 
July 16, 1897; Mary Katrine, March 2, 1899; Frank Lehew, Dec. 1, 1902; 
Anna Margaret, Feb. 6, 1905; Robert J., April 12, 1909; Baby, Nov. 25, 1911. 

224. ROBERTA ALEXANDRIA SIMPSON. MANHATTAN. 

Ph.B. Teacher, McPherson, 1896-99; Homekeeper, Manhattan, 1903-. 
Born Pana, 111., Jan. 24, 1875. Married Ralph Ray Price, No. 220, June 25, 
1903. Child: James Francis, May 28, 1906. 

225. KATHERINE UNDERWOOD. WINFIELD. 

A.B. At Home, Clay Center, 1896-00; Homekeeper, 1900-. Born Irv- 
ing. Married William Gibson Anderson, No. 248, Nov. 20, 1900. Sister of 
No. 147. 

CLASS OF 1897. 

226. PHILIP SHERIDAN AYRES. WANN, OKLA. 

A.B. M.D., University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1899. Medical 
student, University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1897-99; Physician 
and Surgeon, Bartelsville, I. T., 1899-03; Paola, 1903-07; Lyford, Tex., 1907; 
Donna, Tex., 1907-11; Gentry, Ark., 1911; Wann, Okla., 1911-. Member 
Oklahoma State Medical Society, American Medical Association. Born 
Cutler, 111., June 23, 1865. Married May Wadsworth, June 6, 1901. Children: 
Elden Wadsworth, March 17, 1903; Enid Elizabeth, May 26, 1905; Weston 
Philip, Aug. 2, 1906; Corrine Lois, Aug. 4, 1909. 

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227. CHARLOTTE EMMES BEASLEY, 3958 GREER AVE., ST. 

LOUIS, MO. 

A.B. Bookkeeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1897-98; Homekeeper, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1898-1909; St. Louis, Mo., 1909-. Born Murphysboro, 111., March I, 
1872. Married Raymond Dunn Williams, Dec. 19, 1898. Child: Richard 
Theodore, July 23, 1904. 

228. CORA SHEPARD BOYNTON (MRS.), KUCHENG, FUHKIEN. 

CHINA. 

Ph.B. Homekeeper, 1897-; Missionary, Kucheng, Fuhkien, China, 1906-; 
Superintendent Schell-Cooper Academy, Kuleen, Kucheng, China, 1909-. 
Born Springfield, Mich. Married Thomas Henry Coole, No. 232, June 4, 
1897. Children: Douglas Paul, Dec. 21, 1898; Arthur Braddan and Mona 
Ruth, Jan. 6, 1900. 

229. WILLIAM ADDISON BROWN, 614 CLARK ST.. EVANS- 

TON, ILL. 

A.B.; D.D., 1913. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1900. Graduate 
student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1897-00; Minister M. E. 
Church, Tower Grove, St. Louis, Mo., 1900-02; Central, Manilla, P. I., 
1902-03; Missionary to the Pampangans, San Fernando, Pampanga, P. I., 
1903-04; Washington Ave., Kansas City, 1905-07; Western Field Secretary 
Young Peoples' Missionary Movement, Chicago, 111., 1907-09; Missionary 
Superintendent International Sunday School Association, Chicago, 111., 1910- 
11; Member Team Three, Men and Religion Forward Movement, 1911-12; 
Field Secretary International Sunday School Association, Chicago, 111., 
1912-. Born Kidder, Mo., Oct. 27, 1872. Married Dora Belle Taggart, No. 
259, June 28, 1900. 

230. ERROL VANE BRUMBAUGH, 418 NORRIS PL., MILWAUKEE, 

WIS. 

A.B. M.A., Wabash College, 1900. M.D., Marquette University School 
of Medicine, Milwaukee, Wis., 1913. Graduate student in Bacteriology, 
Chemistry and Physics, Wabash College, 1898-1900; in Pedagogy and Phil- 
osophy, the University of Chicago, summer, 1904; in History, the Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, summer, 1908; in Medicine, Marquette University School 
of Medicine, 1909-1913. Teacher, Pardee, 1897-98; Principal High School, 
Whitesville, Ind., 1898-99; Veedersburg, Ind., 1899-1900; Professor of Chem- 
istry and Physics. Upper Iowa University, 1900-04; Teacher Science, 
High School, Mason City, la., 1904-05; Principal High School, Marshall- 
town, la., 1905-07; Independence, la., 1907-08; Aberdeen, S. Dak., 1908-09; 
Instructor in Biology and Bacteriology, Marquette University School of 
Medicine, 1909-14; Special Lecturer on Hygiene, Trinity Hospital Training 
School for Nurses, Milwaukee, Wis., 1912-17; Pathologist, St. Mary's 
Hospital, Milwaukee, Wis., 1912-13; Special Lecturer Public Health and 
Hygiene, Marquette University School of Medicine, 1914-17; Director of 
Bacteriological Laboratory and Epidemeologist, Milwaukee Health De- 
partment, Milwaukee, Wis., 1914-. Member Milwaukee County Medical 
Society, American Medical Society, Milwaukee Medical Society. Born 
Memphis, Mo., Nov. 17, 1877. Married Ruth L. Mason, May 3, 1913 (died 
Dec. 2, 1913). Married Edna E. Mason, Sept. 5, 1916. 

231. ETHEL CAVANESS. PITTSBURG. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Chetopa, 1897-98; Homekeeper, 1898-. President 
Kansas Conference, W.H.M.S., 1914-. Born Chetopa, May 16, 1874. Mar- 

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ried Joseph Luther Taylor, No. 208, Nov. 2. 1898. Children: Joseph, Sept. 
29, 1900; John Irven, Jan. 20, 1902; Mary Elizabeth, Dec. 18, 1903; Katherine, 
May 4, 1906. Daughter of No. 1. Sister of No. 263. 

232. THOMAS HENRY COOLE, KUCHENG, FUHKIEN, CHINA. 

A.B. M.D., Northwestern University, 1906. Minister M. E. Church, 
Lancaster, 1897-99; Birmingham, 1899-01; Circleville, 1901-02; Medical 
Student Northwestern University, Chicago, 111., 1902-06; Pullman, Chicago, 
111, (supply), 1902-04; Parkside, Chicago, 111., (supply), 1904-05; Union Ave., 
Chicago, 111., (supply), 1905-06; -Superintendent Wiley General Hospital, 
Kucheng, Fuhkien, China, 1906-. Member Alpha Omega Alpha. Born 
Douglas, Isle of Man. Married Mrs. Cora Shepard Boynton, No. 228, June 
4, 1897. Children: Douglas Paul, Dec. 21, 1898; Arthur Braddan and Mona 
Ruth, Jan. 6, 1900. 

233. CORA LOUELLA CULLISON. CHEROKEE, OKLA. 

Ph.B. Student in Scarritt Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., 1897-00; Graduate 
Nurse Scarritt Hospital, 1900; Homekeeper, Kansas City, 1901; Cherokee, 
Okla., 1901-. Born Bloomfield, Ind., April 24, 1874. Married James S. Hib- 
bard, M.D., March 19, 1901. Children: Ellen M., Dec. 21, 1902; James S., 
Aug. 10, 1904. 

234. EDWIN OGLESBY GRIMES. CANDO, N. D. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1904. Minister M. E. Church, West- 
port, Me., 1898; Medford Hillside, Mass., 1899; Professor History, Baker 
University, 1899-00; Graduate student in Theology, Boston University, 
1900-04. Minister M. E. Church, Cathay, N. D., 1904-08; Westhope, N. D., 
1908-12; Kenmore, N. D., 1912-14; Cando, N. D., 1914-. Born Clinton, 111., 
Jan. 9, 1864. Married Lillian Walker Austin, Nov. 2, 1904. Children: Law- 
rence Alfred, May 10, 1909; Grace Gertrude, March 28, 1911; Alice Mary, 
March 28, 1915. 

235. HEZEKIAH BORDERS HAMMOND. ALBUQUERQUE, N. 

MEX. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Grantville, 1897-98; Tecumseh, 1898-00; 
Dunavant, 1900-01; Graduate student in Theology, Drew Seminary, 1901; 
Retired, seeking health in New Mexico, 1902-07; Ranger, U. S. Forest Serv- 
ice, Albuquerque, N. Mex., Chief of Maintenance Southwestern District, 
U. S. Forest Service, 1912-. Born Louisa, Ky., Aug. 11, 1867. Married Ella 
M. Wilhelm, June 5, 1895. 

236. MARY ELEANOR HAND. HURON, S. DAK. 

Ph.B. At home, Baldwin, Paola, Long Beach, Calif. Homekeeper and 
Music Teacher; Studied Music at University of Southern California. Born 
Louisburg, Jan. 16, 1876. Married William Neeley Simpson, Dec. 29, 1897, 
(died 1899). Married Homer Samuel Myers, No. 158, Aug. 12, 1916. Child: 
Mary Eleanor, April 4, 1899. 

237. FRANK PERCY HEDGES, Care K. C. STAR, KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher, 1897-1905; Advertising Department, Kansas City Star, 
Kansas City, Mo., 1905-. Born Neoga, 111., Feb. 1, 1874. Married Annie R. 
Glendenning, June 7, 1909. Children: Charles Salem, Oct. 10, 1912; Ellen 
Frances, Oct. 19, 1914. 

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238. RACHEL HARRIET HENDERSON. OLATHE. 

A.B. Certificate Kansas State Normal School, 1898. Student Kansas 
State Normal School, 1897-98; Teacher Grades, Norton, 1898-99; Aberdeen, 
S. Dak., 1899-02; at home, Olathe, 1902-05; Homekeeper, Olathe, 1905-. 
Born Vinton, la., March 25, 1878. Married Wyatt E. Hayes, June 21, 1905. 

239. IDA LAURA KERSHNER. WARSAW, IND. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1898. Graduate student in English, Baker University, 
1897-98; Teacher, Lawrence (India), 1899-1902; Homekeeper, Warsaw, Ind., 
1902-. Born Girard, Aug. 11, 1871. Married Elmer E. Hickman, June 24, 
1902. Children: Elizabeth, July 31, 1903; Naomi J. and John K., June 10, 
1905; Pauline, May 25, 1907; Faust M., Dec. 12, 1908. Sister of No. 240. 

240. JENNIE MAY KERSHNER, 1724 SUNNYSIDE AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1898. Graduate student in English, Baker University, 
1897-98; Teacher, Grades, Lawrence, 1899-01; Homekeeper, 1901-. Born 
Paola, Aug. 9, 1874. Married Kirk Waldo Robbins, No. 245, Aug. 28, 1901. 
Children: Athena, Nov. 9, 1902; Guy Francis, June 27, 1911. Sister of No. 
239. 

241. HARRY ANDREWS KING. ATLANTA, GA. 

A.B.; D.D., 1910. S.T.B., Boston University, 1904. Accountant K. C, 
F. S. & M. Ry., Kansas City, Mo., 1886-93; Minister M. E. Church, Belton, 
Mo., 1897-98; Kansas Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 1898-99; Oakley, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1899-01; Eggleston Square, Boston, Mass., and Graduate student in The- 
ology, Boston University, 1901-04; Kent's Hill, Me., 1904-05; Oakley, Kan- 
sas City, Mo., 1905-07; Educational Secretary, Baker University, 1907-09; 
President Moore's Hill College, Moore's Hill, Ind., 1909-15; President 
Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1915-. Member General Conference M. E. 
Church, 1916. Member National Institute of Social Sciences. Born Kansas 
City, Mo., Oct. 27, 1867. Married Susie Amarette Newgent, Sept. 1, 1891. 
Children: Marie Sophia, Oct. 15, 1893; Susie Newgent, Nov. 19, 1895; Martha 
Louise, Nov. 9, 1900; Sarah Elizabeth, Sept. 17, 1906. 

242. EDITH MARGUERITE LANE. SAN FERNANDO, CALIF. 

A.B. At home, Mammoth Springs, Ark., 1897-00; Graduate student in 
English and Pedagogy, Leland Stanford University, 1900; Teacher Grades, 
Alma, Neb., 1901-02; Graduate student in English and Pedagogy, Leland 
Stanford University, 1902; Teacher, English and History, High School, 
Falbrook, Calif., 1902-04; at home, San Diego, Calif., 1904-05; Latin and 
German, High School, San Fernando, Calif., 1905-08; Homekeeper, San 
Fernando, Calif., 1908-. Born Sheffield, la., Sept. 24, 1873. Married Robert 
Hall Maclay, Nov. 10, 1908. 

243. HARRIET NEWELL MARVEL. LIBERTY. 

A.B. At home, Baldwin City, 1897-98; Teacher, Edgerton, 1898-99; At 
home, Baldwin City, 1899-00; Homekeeper, Liberty, 1900-01; Morgan, Ore., 
1901-07; Independence, 1907-09; Cedaredge, Colo., 1909-14; Liberty, 1914-. 
Born Westmoreland, Oct. 10, 1873. Married Bruce Pennington, Dec. 26, 
1900. Children: Eugene Theodore, Oct. 27, 1901; Rachel Alma, Nov. 8, 1903; 
Mary Louise, June 28, 1908; Frances Harriet, Jan. 26, 1911. Sister of Nos. 
177, 199, 306. 

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244. LEWIS GRANT RESER. DELAVAN, WIS. 

A.B.; A.M., 1904. D.D., Central Wesleyan College, 1908. Minister M. 
E. Church, Moundville, Mo., 1892-93; Student Northwestern University, 
1893-95; Professor in Marionville Collegiate Institute, Marionville, Mo., 
1895-96; Student Baker University, 1896-97; Liberty St., Kansas City, Mo., 
and Independence, Mo., 1897-98; Pleasant Hill, Mo., 1899; President Ma- 
rionville College, Marionville, Mo., 1899-13; Minister Congregational 
Church, Delavan, Wis., 1913-. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 
1908. Born Urbana, Mo., 1863. Married Sallie Chestnut, 1897. Children: 
Mary Celia, Feb. 16, 1898; Celia Virginia, Oct. 21, 1907. 

245. KIRK WALDO ROBBINS, 1724 SUNNYSIDE AVE., CHICAGO, 

ILL. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1901. D.D., Central Wesleyan 
College, 1911. Bishop Newman Scholar, Drew Theological Seminary, 1897- 
00. Graduate student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1897-01; 
Graduate Student in Philosophy, New York University, 1899; Graduate 
Student in Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Summers, 1906-07; 
Minister M. E. Church, Decorah, la., 1901-03; Waukon, la., 1903-05; Profes- 
sor Philosophy and Biblical Literature, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, la., 
1905-09; College Ave., Greencastle, Ind., 1909-12; Centenary, Lebanon, Ind., 
1912-16; Ravenswood, Chicago, 111., 1916-. Born Kenia, Feb. 23, 1876. Mar- 
ried Jennie May Kershner, No. 240, Aug. 28, 1901. Children: Athena, Nov. 
9, 1902; Guy Francis, June 27, 1911. 

246. NETTIE STEELE. COLDWATER. 

A. B. Teacher, Kensington, 1897-98; Principal Englewood, 1898-00; 
Homekeeper, Coldwater, 1901-. Born Lancaster, Mo., March 3, 1871. Mar- 
ried Robert C. Korff, D.D.S., March 23, 1901. Children: Robert Christian, 
Dec. 26, 1901; Kathryn Lizetta, Feb. 7, 1903; Nettie Louise, March 17, 1906; 
Mary Madeline, June 17, 1908; Josephine Steele, Dec. 13, 1910; Roberta 
Elizabeth, June 30, 1912; Charles Henry, Sept. 4, 1914. 



CLASS OF 1898. 

247. JOSEPH LAWRENCE ANDERSON, 956 MONTROSE BLVD., 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

A.B. S.T.B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1914. A.M., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1915. Minister M. E. Church, Linwood, and Jewett, 1898-99; Gard- 
ner, 1899-01; Graduate student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary 
and Graduate Work in New York University, 1901-03; Roswell, N. Mex., 
1903-04; Florence, 1904-05; Burrton, 1905-06; Conway Springs, 1908-11; 
College Hill, Wichita, 1911-13; Wicker Park, Chicago, 111., 1913-15; Sheridan 
Road, Chicago, 111., 1915-. Born Tarkio, Mo., July 20, 1870. Married Annie 
Kirkpatrick, Oct. 5, 1898. 

248. WILLIAM GIBSON ANDERSON. WINFIELD. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Dickinson County High School, Chapman, 1898-00; 
Reporter Las Vegas Daily Optic, Las Vegas, N. Mex., 1900-02; Editor Ar- 
kansas City Traveller, Arkansas City, 1902-07; Editor Daily Record, Iola, 
1907-09; Editor Star, Wichita, 1909-11; Editor Daily News, Arkansas City, 
1911; Publisher Evening Free Press, Winfield, 1911-. Born Abilene, July 30, 
1874. Married Katherine Underwood, No. 225, Nov. 20, 1900. 

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249. ROLLA WOOD COLEMAN, 62 D AND MISSION ROAD, MER- 

RIAM. 

A.B. LL.B., Leland Stanford University, 1901. Student Leland Stan- 
ford University Law School, 1899-01; Lawyer, Webb City, Mo., 1901-03; Los 
Angeles, Calif., 1903-05; Kansas City, Mo., 1905-. Senator, Kansas State 
Legislature, 1916. Born Nemaha Co., Kans., Aug. 23, 1877. Married Lina 
Burgner, June 1, 1905. 

250. WILBUR FRANKLIN DENIOUS, 675 HUMBOLDT ST., 

DENVER, COLO. 

Ph.B. LL.B., University of Denver, 1902. Stenographer, Carroll, la., 
1898-99; Law student University of Denver, Denver, Colo., 1899-02; Lawyer, 
Denver, Colo., 1902-. Born Mogadore, O., Sept. 25, 1873. Married Edith J. 
Boughton, Sept. 27, 1905. Children: Dayton, May 20, 1907; George Bough- 
ton, Dec. 26, 1908; Oliver James, May 23, 1910; Emma Boughton, Aug. 25, 
1911; Wilbur Franklin, Jr., Oct. 5, 1913; Martha, July 8. 1916. 

251. ILLA MADGE DENNING, 606 CEDAR AVE., LONG BEACH, 

CALIF. 

B.L. Homekeeper, Chicago, 111., 1900-03; Long Beach, Calif., 1903-. 
Born Louisburg, Sept. 12, 1875. Married A. F. Hamman, M.D., Aug. 15, 
1900. Child: Clare D., Oct. 29, 1904. 

252. AURA MARGUERITE FOLLIN, 1350 BOND ST., LOS AN- 

GELES, CALIF. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Lamar, Colo; Jerome, Ariz.; Homekeeper, Los An- 
geles, Calif., 1903-. Born Fairport, Mo., Oct. 12, 1876. Married Theodore 
Docker, June 18, 1903. Child: Mary Louise, Aug. 30, 1905. Sister of No. 320. 

253. GEORGE EDWARD KING, 1508 HIGHLAND AVE., SALINA. 

Ph.B. M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1902. Fellow in Mathematics 
and Astronomy, University of Missouri, 1901; Scholar in Mathematics and 
Astronomy, University of Wisconsin, 1902; Graduate student, Columbia 
University, summer, 1912, 1916. Professor of Mathematics, St. John's Mili- 
tary Academy, Delafield, Wis., 1902-08; Professor Mathematics, Kansas 
Wesleyan University, Salina, 1908-. Born Fort Scott, April 14, 1875. Mar- 
ried Mrs. Grace Nason, July 16, 1914. Brother of No. 323. 

254. D. H. MANLY, METHODIST MISSION, CALCUTTA, INDIA. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1907. Minister M. E. Church, Que- 
nemo, 1898; La Harpe, 1899-01; Graduate student in Theology, Boston Uni- 
versity, and Pastor South Walpole and Revere, Mass., 1902-07; Missionary 
Thoburn Church, Calcutta, India, 1907-09; Principal of Collins Institute and 
Superintendent of the Calcutta Vernacular District, India, 1909-, on fur- 
lough, 1915-16. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1916. Born 
Van Buren Co., Mich., Oct. 18, 1869. Married Cora Miller, June 2, 1898. 
Children: Wesley Miller, Aug. 28, 1903; David Hugh, Dec. 25, 1907; Theo- 
dore. Dec. 30, 1909; Helen Elizabeth, Oct. 20, 1913. 

255. LYDIA SAIN. NEOSHO FALLS. 

B.L.; A.M., 1900. Graduate student, Baker University, 1900; Graduate 
student in English, the University of Chicago, 1908-09 Teacher Grades, 

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Chanute, 1902-03; Teacher English, High School, Neosho Falls, 1903-04; 
High School, Yates Center, 1905-06; High School, Blackwell, Okla., 1906-07; 
High School, Chanute. 1907-08; High School, Chanute, 1909-16; At home, 
Neosho Falls, 1916-. Born Neosho Falls, Aug. 7, 1875. 

256. JESSIE AMANDA SKINNER. PORTLAND, ORE. 

Ph.B. Teacher English and Mathematics, High School, Pittsburg, 
1898-03; Mathematics, High School, Boise, Ida., 1903-13; Mathematics, Jeffer- 
son High School, Portland, Ore., 1913-. Member N. E. A.; Idaho State 
Board of Examiners, 1911-13. Born Spring Hill, March 3, 1877. 

257. MERTON J. STICKEL, 99 MESEROLE AVE., BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

Ph.B. Bookdealer, Baldwin City, 1898-03; Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1903-07; Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Cristobal, Canal Zone, 1907-09; 
Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Greenpoint Branch, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1909-. Gradu- 
ated from a two years' course in Y. M. C. A. College, Chicago, 111., 1905. 
Born Centralia, April 4, 1874. Married Bessie Ethel Russell, Dec. 29, 1908. 
Children: Jean Winifred, July 30, 1912; Sue Marjorie, Dec. 8, 1913. 

258. LOUISE FREDERICA STOELZING. NORWALK, CALIF. 

A.B. Graduate student in German and Latin, Colorado College, Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo., 1910-11; the University of Southern California, Los An- 
geles, Calif., 1914. Teacher Latin and Mathematics, High School and As- 
sistant Principal, Baldwin, 1898-99; Principal High School and Teacher 
Latin and German, Neodesha, 1899-02; High School, Parsons, Assistant 
Principal, 1902-08; Principal High School, Colorado City, Colo., 1908-12; 
Homekeeper, Norwalk, Calif., 1912-. Born Muscoutah, 111., Sept. 12, 1867. 
Married E. K. Eaton, Sept. 9, 1912. 

259. DORA BELLE TAGGART, 614 CLARK ST., EVANSTON, ILL. 

B.L. Assistant Cashier, State Bank, White City, 1898-00; Homekeeper, 
1900-. Born Nortonville, June 28, 1875. Married William Addison Brown, 
No. 229, June 28, 1900. 

260. RALPH WAKEFIELD. LITCHFIELD, ILL. 

A.B.; A. M., 1899. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1902. Graduate 
student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary and Columbia University, 
N. Y., 1898-02; Minister M. E. Church, Wagoner Memorial, St. Louis, Mo., 
1902-07; Trinity, St. Louis, 1907-11; Clinton, Mo., 1911-14; Litchfield, 111., 
1914-. Born Pittsburgh, Pa., July 14, 1876. Married Mary Catherine Black, 
Oct. 12, 1903. Children: Mary Louise, March 31, 1909; William Edgar, 
April 3, 1913. 

CLASS OF 1899. 

261. *FRANCIS EARL ADELL. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1903. A. M., New York Uni- 
versity, 1903; Ph.D., New York University, 1914. Minister M. E. Church, 
Lyndon Circuit, 1896-97; Michigan Valley, 1897-98; at school, 1898-99; Silver 
Lake, 1899-00; Green Village, N. J., and Graduate student in Theology, 
Drew Theological Seminary, 1901-04; Fellow, Drew Theological Seminary, 
1903-04; Walnut Grove, Topeka, 1904-05. Born Walkerton, Ind., April 14. 
1873. Married Sadie Wadsworth, Aug. 14, 1897. Died Feb. 24, 1905. 

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262. JOSEPH BENSON BAKER. MEERUT, INDIA. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 19C3. Minister M. E. Church, 
Strong City, 1899-00; Graduate student in Theology, Drew Theological 
Seminary, 1900-03; Melvern, 1903-05; Missionary, Ajmere, India, 1905-10; 
home on furlough, 1910-12; District Superintendent, Meerut, India, 1912-. 
Trustee Lucknow (India) Christian College, Barcilly (India) Theological 
Seminary. Member All India National Council Educational Committee. 
Secretary Finance Committee North West India Conference. Chairman 
Commission on Evangelism. Secretary Board of Education, North West 
India Conference. Member Board of Governors, Philander Smith College 
Naini Tal, India. Born Camden, Ind., 1873. Married Ida Beatrice Vanatta, 
No. 369, June 24, 1903. Children: — . 

263. HERBERT CAVANESS. CHANUTE. 

A.B. Newspaper business, Chanute, 1899-03; Member Firm, Cavaness 
Bros. & Helmick, Publishers Chanute Daily and Weekly Tribune, 1903-05; 
Half owner and editor, Chanute Daily and Weekly Tribune, 1905-10; Post- 
master, Chanute, 1907-15; President Tribune Publishing Co., Publishers Con- 
solidated Chanute Daily Tribune, Chanute Daily Sun, Chanute Weekly 
Tribune, 1910-. Born Chetopa, Aug. 23, 1877. Married Ora Allen, No. 445, 
Nov. 22, 1916. Son of No. 1, Brother of No. 231. 

264. GEORGE FULTON COLLINS. SAPULPA, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher, Wilmington, 1901. Edwardsville, 1902-03; Ranchman, 
Richmond, Tex., 1903; Principal High School, Neodesha, 1905-06; Reporter 
Daily Journal. Coffeyville, 1907; Manager of Fruit Jar and Glass Tableware 
Factory, Coffeyville, 1908-12; becretarv and General Manager Bartlett- 
Collins Glass Co., Sapulpa, Okla., 1812-. Born Thayer, Nov. 30. 1872. Mar- 
ried Jennie V. Weaver, July 15, 1902. Children: Helen Lorene, July 19, 
1903; Weaver, Nov. 26, 1906; George Fulton, Jr., Nov. 6, 1916. 

265. ERNEST DAY EVERETT. LAKEVIEW, ORE. 

A.B. M.D., George Washington University, Washington, D. C, 1908. 
Graduate student in Medicine, Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1916. Gov- 
ernment Meat Inspection Service, Kansas City, Mo., 1899-02; Boston, Mass., 
1902-03; Clerk Indian Service, Anadarko, Okla., 1903-04; Medical student 
and clerk Indian Office, Washington, D. C, 1904-08; Physician, Indian Serv- 
ice, Wadsworth, Nev., 1908-09; Physician and Surgeon, Lakeview, Ore., 
1909-. Born Mexico, Mo., Jan. 24, 1878. Married Elizabeth Little Gaither, 
Dec. 22, 1906. Child: Ernest Gaither, Nov. 10, 1909. 

266. FRANK WATSON GAMES. LAWRENCE. 

A.B. Deputy County Treasurer, Lawrence, 1891-95; County Treasurer, 
Lawrence, 1895-99. Born Miami Co., June 5, 1878. Brother of Nos. 121, 
174, 175. 

267. HELEN GERTRUDE GILL. VINLAND. 

Ph.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1903. Teacher Rural Schools, 
Douglas Co., Kans., 1899-02; Graduate student in American and European 
History, the University of Kansas, 1902-03; Teacher of History and English, 
High School, Ellsworth, 1903-04; at home, Vinland, 1904-. Born Vinland, 
July 29, 1877. 

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268. MARY VIRGINIA HANDLEY. OSWEGO, 

A.B. Graduate from Oswego Ladies' College, Oswego, 1898. Teacher 
Latin and Mathematics and Principal High School, Oswego, 1899-07; Flor- 
ist, Oswego, 1907-. Born Oxford, June 28, 1873. 

269. MILTON PARKS HELMICK. CHANUTE. 

A.B. Newspaper work, Iola, 1901; Private Secretary to Congressman, 
Washington, D. C, 1903; Editor and publisher, Chanute, 1905; Real Estate 
and Insurance Broker, Chanute, 1908-. Representative Kansas State Legis- 
lature, 1907-09; County Commissioner, Neosho Co., 1913-16. Born Palmyra, 
111., Aug. 24, 1875. Married Jane Sain, April 12, 1905. Child: Mary Kather- 
ine, Aug. 15, 1906. 

270. GEORGE ALBERT LUNBECK, 3920 E. 18TH ST., KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

A.B. With W. W. Kendall, Wholesale Shoe Co., Kansas City Mo., 
1899-01; Barton Bros., Wholesale Shoe Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1901-10; 
Treasurer, the Siegrist Engraving Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1911-. Born 
Greenfield, Mo., Dec. 3, 1877. Married Zola Estelle Swan, No. 275, Feb. 17, 
1906. Child: Lora, May 11, 1909. 

271. WILLIAM RAY MANNING, 801 W. 31ST ST., AUSTIN, TEX. 

A.B. A.M., the University of Kansas, 1902. Ph.D., the University of 
Chicago, 1904. Graduate student, the University of Kansas, 1900-02; Fellow 
and Assistant in European History, the University of Chicago, 1902-04; 
Travelled and studied in Europe for three months, 1903; Instructor in His- 
tory, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind., 1904-07; Assistant Professor of 
Diplomatic History, College of Political Sciences, George Washington Uni- 
versity, Washington, D. C, 1907-10; Assistant Professor American History, 
University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., summer, 1907; Adjunct Professor 
Latin-American English History, University of Texas, Austin Tex., 1910-. 
Student in Archives of Department of State, Washington, D. C, summer, 
1911, and in Archives of the Foreign Office, Mexico City, Mex., summer, 
1912; Albert Shaw lecturer in Diplomatic History, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Spring, 1913; Historical Research work for Carnegie Institution, sum- 
mers of 1908, '09, '10; Won Justin Windsor prize of American Historical 
Association, 1904. Author "Nootka Sound Controversy," and "Early Diplo- 
matic Relations between the United States and Mexico." Contributor of 
articles to several historical magazines. Member American Society of 
International Law and of its Executive Council, American Historical Asso- 
ciation, Fellow Texas State Historical Association. Born Home, Dec. 26, 
1871. Married Mabel Marvel, No. 306, May 26, 1903. Children: Dorothy 
Carmen, July 8, 1904; Winston Marvel, March 29, 1909. 

272. SNOWDEN PARLETTE, 1101 W. 19TH ST., OKLAHOMA CITY, 

OKLA. 

A.B. A.M., Harvard University, 1906. Ward Principal, Argentine, 1899- 
00; Teacher English, Atchison County High School, Effingham, 1900-03; 
Assistant Principal, Logan High School, Guthrie, Okla., 1903-05; Austin 
Scholar, Harvard University, 1905-06; Principal Logan County High 
School, Guthrie, Okla., 1906-08; Vice-President Oklahoma Book Co., Okla- 
homa City, Okla., 1908-14, President, the same, 1914-. Author "Banking 
in Oklahoma," "Federal and State Government." Born Wamego, Jan. 29, 
1879. Married Trimble Morris, May 15, 1909. Child: John Morris, Aprft 
15, 1911. 

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273. GEORGE ASBURY STEPHENS, 2033 S. 20TH ST., LINCOLN, 

NEBRASKA. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Chicago, 1906. Ph.D., The University 
of Chicago, 1909. Principal High School, Humboldt, 1900; Superintendent 
Schools, Attica, 1900-01; Graduate student, The University of Chicago, 
1901-02; Principal High School, Manhattan, 1902-04; Teacher English, High 
School, Topeka, 1904-07; Fellow in Sociology and Political Economy, The 
University of Chicago, 1907-09; Instructor Political Economy, University 
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb., 1909-10; Adjunct Professor Political Economy, 
The University of Nebraska, 1910-12; Assistant Professor Political Econ- 
omy, University of Nebraska, 1912-15; Associate Professor of Economics, 
University of Nebraska, 1915-. Appointee under the New York Sage Foun- 
dation Fund for Investigation of Social and Industrial Conditions in the 
larger cities, 1907-08. Employed on the Economic Staff as Examiner for 
the Federal Trade Commission at Washington, D. C, summer, 1916. Author 
of "The Juvenile Court System of Kansas," "The New Apprenticeship." 
Member American Economics Association. Born Topeka, Aug. 14, 1873. 
Married Anna L. Roosa, June 15, 1911. 

274. THOMAS PETTIGREW STEWART. ANACONDA, MONT. 

A.B. LL.B., George Washington University, Washington, D. C, 1902. 
Student Law Department, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1899-00; 
Student George Washington University, Law School, and Clerk in Census 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1900-02; Lawyer, Anaconda, Mont., 1902-. 
Deputy County Attorney, Deer Lodge County, Mont., 1907-08; County At- 
torney, the same, 1911-15. Born West Newton, Pa., Oct. 30, 1872. Mar- 
ried Celia L. Barteau, May 19, 1906. Child: Sidney Gilbert, July 3, 1907. 

275. ZOLA ESTELLE SWAN, 3920 E. 18TH ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher, Eskridge, 1899-00; Burlington, 1900-01; Nurse Training 
in California Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif., 1901-03; Office Secretary to 
General Secretary of Epworth League, Chicago, 111., 1904-06; Homekeeper. 
1906-. Born Fairmount, Neb., Apr. 7, 1878. Married George Albert Lun- 
beck, No. 270, Feb. 17, 1906. Child: Lora, May 11, 1909. 

276. MYRTLE PEARL WALKER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Student Music, Baker University, graduating in piano, 1899-01; 
Homekeeper, Baldwin City, 1901-. Born Oswego, Dec. 15, 1876. Married 
William Melvin Clark, No. 190, Sept. 19, 1901. 

277. GRACE LEONA WATT. COUNCIL GROVE. 

Ph.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Baldwin, 1899-01; Homekeeper, 
1901-. Born Maysville, Mo., Jan. 23, 1872. Married Walter Lyman French, 
No. 281, Nov. 27, 1901. Sister of Nos. 292, 335. 

278. ELLA WOODYARD. 712 OAKLAND, KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Ped.B., 1900. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1899-00; 
Teacher Mathematics, High School, Kansas City, 1900-. Member Kansas 
Association of Mathematics Teachers, Central Association of Science and 
Mathematics Teachers, Mathematical Association of America. Director 
Kansas State Teachers' Association, 1915. Born Labette County, Kans., 
June 1, 1878. Sister of No. 494. 

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CLASS OF 1900 

279. JOHN COLBURN BRIDWELL. HONOLULU, HAWAII. 

B.S. Instructor Biology, Baker University, 1900-01; Fellow in Botany, 
Ohio State University, Columbus, O., 1901-02; Assistant in State Ento- 
mologist's Office, Atlanta, Ga., 1902; Expert in U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Willis, Tex., (Tobacco Insects Investigation) 1903; Instructor in 
Zoology. New Hampshire College, Durham, N. H., 1903-05; Special Student 
and Assistant in Entomology, Mass. Agriclutural College, Amherst, Mass., 
1905-06; Professor Biology, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Ore., 1906-07; 
Instructor in Zoology and Assistant Entomologist, Oregon Agricultural 
College, Corvallis, Ore., 1907-. Author, "A List of Kansas Hymnoptera," 
"Additional Notes of the Tobacco Weevil," "A New Odontophyes." 
Member Association of Economic Entomologists. Trustee Oregon State 
Academy of Sciences, 1907-. Born Pella, Tex., 1877. 

280. HOMER KINGSLEY EBRIGHT. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1904. A.M., New York Uni- 
versity, 1904. Th.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1916. Graduate student 
in Greek, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1909, 1915; Graduate stu- 
dent in Greek, Columbia University, Summer, 1914; Graduate student in 
Greek and Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1915-16. Teacher High 
School, Winfield, 1900-01; Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological 
Seminary, 1901-04; Minister M. E. Church, Rockaway Valley, N. J., 1902-03; 
Weehawan and Grantwood, N. J., 1903-04; Young People's Missionary Move- 
ment, New York City, 1904; Minister, Argentine, 1904-05; Professor Greek, 
Baker University, 1905-. Assistant in Department of New Testament, 
Drew Theological Seminary, 1915-16. Member Kansas-Missouri Classical 
Association; Classical Association of Middle West and South, Vice-Presi- 
dent of same for Kansas, 1915. Born Hartford, Ky., Aug. 30, 1878. Mar- 
ried Marie Moorehead, June 6, 1905. Child: Elizabeth, Dec. 1, 1911. 
Brother of No. 416 . 

281. WALTER LYMAN FRENCH. COUNCIL GROVE. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1908. Minister M. E. Church, Neosho 
Falls, 1901-02; La Harpe, 1902-06; Graduate student in Theology, Boston 
University, 1906-08; Chetopa, 1908-09; Waverly, 1909-10; Yates Center, 
1910-14; Oswego, 1914-16; Council Grove, 1916-. Born Greenfield, 111., July 
24, 1871. Married Grace Leona Watt, No. 277, Nov. 27, 1901. 

282. HARRY A. GORDON. 315 S. HOLBROOK, FT. SCOTT. 

A.B. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1908. Minister M. E. Church, 
Independence Circuit, 1900-03; Moran, 1903-04; Graduate student in Theol- 
ogy, Drew Theological Seminary, 1904-06; Peru, 1906; Humboldt, 1906-10; 
Columbus, 1910-16; First, Ft. Scott, 1916-. Born Ft. Scott, Jan. 27, 1874. 
Married Ida B. Hamilton, Oct. 6, 1896. Children: Lynell Francis, Jan. 23, 
1898; Harold Verne, Nov. 8, 1900. 

283. LILLIAN MAY HUNSICKER. OSAGE CITY. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Ottawa, 1900-02; Professor Latin, 
Central State Normal School, Edmond, Okla., 1902-04; At home, Osage 
City, 1904-06; Secretary Central Office, Epworth League, Chicago, 111., 
1906-12; At home, Osage City, 1912-. Born Osage City, Mar. 24, 1872. 

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284. CHARLES LATIMER KING. GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, St. Paul, 1900-01; Mission work near 
Frederick, Okla., 1902-03; Foreman on ranch, Richmond, 1904-05; Minister, 
Palisade, Colo., 1905-06; Located, 1906; Fruit Ranch, Palisade, Colo., 1906- 
12; Artesia, N. Mex., 1912-13; Employee of Illinois Silo Co., Kansas City, 
Mo., 1913-14; On ranch in Arkansas, 1915; Editor 'The Critic," Grand 
Junction, Colo., 1916-. Born Ottawa, Jan. 1, 1871. Married Rose Tanne- 
hill, May 9, 1900. Children: Helen Esther, Sept. 25, 1901; Ralph Wesley, 
Jan. 8, 19U; Ruth, Jan. 1, 1912. 

285. EARL HAMLINE KNEPP. WAVERLY. 

B.S. Minister M. E. Church, Cedar Point, 1900-03; Benedict, 1903-08; 
Elmdale, 1908-11; Americus, 1911-15; Waverly, 1915-. Born Hillsdale, Nov. 
5, 1871. Married Maude Martin, June 13, 1900. Child: Earl Martin, Sept. 

21, 1903. Brother of Nos. 157, 427. 

286. LEONA GRACE KUHN. LANARK, N. MEX. 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Sabetha; Troy, 1904-05; Junction City, 1905-06; 
Kansas City, 1906-12; Homekeeper, Wilcox, Ariz., 1912-16; Lanark, N. Mex., 
1916-. Born Wellsville, Mo., Jan. 3, 1876. Married Elihu Sargent, June 5, 
1912. Sister of No. 325. 

287. BERTRAM EVERETT McPROUD, UNIVERSITY PLACE, 

NEBRASKA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1904. Supt. Schools, Oskaloosa, 1900-02; Supt. Schools, 
North Bend, Neb., 1902-04; Professor Latin and Pedagogy and Vice-Presi- 
dent, University Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash., 1904-07; Principal Acad- 
emy, Baker University, 1907-08; Graduate student, The University of Chi- 
cago, 1908-09; Dean Teachers' College, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 
University Place, Neb., 1909-13; Professor of Agricultural Education, South 
Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, Brookings, S. 
Dak., 1913-15; Dean Teachers' College and Director of Summer School, 
Nebraska W'esleyan University, 1915-. Member Phi Kappa Phi. Born, 
Brinckley, Ind., May 23, 1873. Married Bertha Ethel Watt, No. 292, May 

22, 1901. Brother of No. 356. 

288. ALBERT PERLEY MYERS. 828 STATE ST., EMPORIA. 

A.B. LL.B., George Washington University Law School, Washington, 
D. C, 1903. Clerk U. S. Census Bureau and student Law Department of 
George Washington University, Washington, D. C, 1900-03; Clerk and 
Special Agent, U. S. Land Office, 1903-06; Clerk, Committee on Claims, 
House of Representatives, Washington, D. C, 1906-09; Clerk, Committee 
on Elections, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C, 1909-11; Post- 
master, Emporia, 1911-15; Life Insurance, Emporia, 1915-. Trustee Baker 
University, 1915-. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1916. Sec- 
retary Laymen's Association Kansas Conference, 1914-; Vice-President for 
8th General Conference District of General Laymen's Association, 1916-. 
Born Marietta, O., Aug. 25, 1873. Married Matilda Grigg, July 20, 1905. 
Children: Albert Perley, May 16, 1907; Alberta Elizabeth, May 15, 1911. 

289. EDGAR FRANCIS RILEY. PLATTEVILLE, WIS 

A.B. Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1906. Principal High School, 
Clay Center, 1900-01; Supt. City Schools, Clay Center, 1901-02; Graduate 
student, The University of Chicago, 1902-06; Fellow, The University of 
Chicago, 1905-06; Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, State Normal, 

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De Kalb, 111., 1907-08; Professor of School Administration and Supervision, 
Kansas State Normal School, Emporia, 1908-13; Director of Training School, 
State Normal School, Platteville, Wis., 1913-. Member N. E. A. Born 
Johnson Co., Kans., March 5, 1872. Married Louise Bruce Sawyer, Aug. 18, 
1909. Children: Edgar Francis, Jr., Nov. 26, 1914; John Woodrow, Dec. 
17, 1916. Brother of Nos. 290, 435, 597. 

290. THOMAS JAMES RILEY, 447 RUGBY ROAD, BROOKLYN, 

NEW YORK. 

A.B.; A.M., 1903. Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1904. Graduate 
student, The University of Chicago, 1900-01; Instructor in Mathematics, 
Baker University, 1901-02; Fellow, The University of Chicago, 1902- 
04; Professor of Mathematics, Western State Normal School, Kalamazoo, 
Mich., 1904-06; Director, St. Louis School of Social Economy, St. Louis, 
Mo., 1906-12; Assistant Professor of Sociology, The University of Missouri, 
Columbia, Mo., 1906-09; Professor of Sociology, Washington University, St. 
Louis, Mo., 1909-12; General Secretary Bureau of Charities, Brooklyn, N. 
Y., 1912-. Professor of Sociology, The University of Chicago, Summer, 

1911. President Board of Commissioners of Charitable Institutions, St. 
Louis, Mo., 1911-12. Author, "Higher Life of Chicago," "The Church and 
Organized Charity," "History of the Poor Law and of Poor Relief in Mis- 
souri," "Public Outdoor Relief in Missouri," "The Country Church in Mis- 
souri." Member National Conference of Charities and Corrections, Amer- 
ican Sociological Society, American Association of Labor Legislation. 
President Missouri Conference of Charities and Corrections, 1910-11. Sec- 
retary Brooklyn Civic Club. Born Lenexa, Aug. 14, 1870. Married Blanche 
Ethel Mills, No. 309, Sept. 16, 1903. Children: Frances Elizabeth, Jan. 25, 
1907; Thomas James, Jr., Nov. 9, 1908. Brother of Nos. 289, 435, 597. 

291. CORA MAY SHOWALTER, 552 WASHINGTON ST., KANSAS 

CITY. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Primary, Baldwin City, 1900-03; Primary, Kansas City, 
1903-. Graduate student in Education, The University of Chicago, Summer, 

1912. Born Gilford, Mo., Dec. 21, 1873. 

292. BERTHA ETHAL WATT. UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEB. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Waverly, 1900-01; Homekeeper, 1901-; Teacher, Os- 
kaloosa, 1901-02; North Bend, Neb., 1902-04; Professor of German and 
French, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash., 1904-07; Instructor in 
German and History, Baker University, 1907-08; Graduate student, The Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Summer, 1904; in Berlitz Modern Language School, and 
The University of Chicago, 1908-09; Instructor in German, Nebraska Wes- 
leyan University, University Place, Neb., 1909-10; Professor Romance 
Languages, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1910-13; Assistant Professor 
of French, South Dakota State College, Brookings, S. Dak., 1913; Professor 
of Romance Languages, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1915-. Born Mays- 
ville, Mo., Apr. 28, 1874. Married Bertram Everett McProud, No. 287, May 
22, 1901. Sister of Nos. 277, 335. 



CLASS OF 1901 

293. ALVIN WESLEY AULT, 1933 W. 41ST ST., LOS ANGELES, 
CALIFORNIA. 

A.B. Principal High School, Cottonwood Falls, 1901-03; Teacher Latin, 
Chase County High School, Cottonwood Falls, 1903-04; Superintendent 

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Schools, Kingman, 1904-12; Graduate student, The University of Southern 
California, 1912-13; Teacher Mathematics, Lincoln High School, Los An- 
geles, Calif., 1913-. Born, Johnson Co., Kans., Aug. 25, 1877. Married 
Bonnie M. Kellogg, July 12, 1905. Brother of Nos. 375, 447, 498, 788, 851. 

294. WILLIAM LUKE BOICOURT. WATERBURY, VT. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1904. Graduate student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1901-04; Minister M. E. Church, Westwood charge, 
Cincinnati, O., 1904-05; Asbury, Cincinnati, O., 1905-07; Minister Congrega- 
tional Church, Cliftondale, Mass., 1908-10; Waterbury, Vt., 1910-. Member 
National Council of Congregational Churches. Born Gaylord, July 9, 1877. 
Married Sarah R. Huse, Sept. 14, 1904. Child: Jane, May 25, 1913. 
Brother of No. 502. 

295. GEORGE CROFT CELL, 371 WALTHAM ST., WEST NEWTON, 

MASS. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1904. Ph.D., Berlin University, 1907. 
Ph.D., Boston University, 1908. Graduate student in Theology and Grad- 
uate School of Arts and Sciences, Boston University, 1901-04; University 
of Berlin, 1904-07; At home, Kansas City, 1907-08; Professor Historical 
Theology, Boston University, 1908-. Member of Kantgesellschaft, Germany, 
and Harvard Biblical Club, Boston. Author "Der Einfluss Humes auf 
die Entstehung der Kritischen Philosophic" Born Chambersburg, Pa., Feb. 
20, 1875. Married Ella Cornelia Clark, No. 296, June 26, 1901. Children: 
Clark Wesley, June 2, 1903; Cornelia Ellen, Sept. 6, 1908. 

296. ELLA CORNELIA CLARK, 371 WALTHAM ST., WEST NEW- 

TON, MASS. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1901-. Born Newton, la. Married George Croft 
Cell, No. 295, June 26, 1901. Children: Clark Wesley, June 2, 1903; Cornelia 
Ellen, Sept. 6, 1908. 

297. MARY DAISY DEEL. HARTFORD 

Ph. B., Ped. B. Principal High School, Howard, 1901-03; Home- 
keeper, 1903-. Born La Cygne, Nov. 15, 1879. Married Charles Frederick 
Turner, No. 312, June 16, 1903. Children: Thomas James, Oct. 21, 1904; 
Mary, Sept. 30, 1907; Charles Frederick, Jr., May 22, 1910; Margaret Jean, 
Oct. 14, 1912. Sister of No. 298. 

298. SAMUEL ASHER DEEL. BALDWIN CITY 

Ph. B. Graduate Student in Physics, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mer, 1909. Magnetic Observer, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Baldwin, 
1901-02; Washington, D. C, 1902; Field work in Kansas, Nebraska and 
Arkansas, 1902-03; Honolulu Magnetic Observatory, Honolulu, T. H., 1903- 
06; Magnetic Observatory, Baldwin, 1906-08; Professor Physics, Baker Uni- 
versity, 1908-. Registrar Baker University, 1912.-. Born Miami Co., Kans., 
Feb. 4, 1878. Married Mary Glanville Gill, Dec. 12, 1907. Children: Helen, 
Jan. 14, 1910; Dorothy, June 10, 1911; Samuel Alfred, June 26, 1913; Miriam 
Louise, April 8, 1915. Brother of No. 297. 

299. ERNEST MILBOURNE FREELAND, 35 NORWOOD AVE, STA- 

PLETON, STATEN ISLAND, N. Y. 

A.B. Student and Bookkeeper, Lincoln, Neb., 1902-03; Instructor, Deni- 
son Normal and Business College, Denison, la., 1903-04; Principal Com- 

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mercial Department, High School, Sioux City, la., 1904-07; Employed by 
Haskin and Sells, Expert Accountants and Auditors, and by the Bureau of 
Municipal Research, New York City, 1907-10 and 1912-; Employed by Presi- 
dent's Commission on Economy and Efficiency, Washington, D. C, 1910-12. 
Born Bowling Green, Mo., Jan. 20, 1877. Married Lillian Engleman, Feb. 
18, 1911. Child: Ruth, Apr. 30, 1913. Brother of No. 460. 

300. FRANK HAMILTON HANKINS, 4 CABOT ST., WORCESTER, 

MASS. 

A.B. Ph.D., Columbia University, 1908. Teacher, Waverly, 1901-03; 
Graduate student, Columbia University, New York City, 1903-06; Scholar 
in Sociology, Columbia University, 1904-05; Fellow in Statistics, Columbia 
University, 1905-06; Graduate student, Columbia University, 1907-08. In- 
structor in Economics, Clark College, Worcester, Mass., 1906-07; Assistant 
Professor in Economics, 1908-13; Professor Political and Social Science, 
1913-; Instructor in Economics and Sociology, Clark University, 1906-07 
and 1908-15; Assistant Professor of Sociology, 1915-; Professor of Political 
Science, Columbia University, summer, 1916; Contributor to The Nelson 
and to the New International Encyclopedia, original and revised editions, 
and the International Year Book of 1907-16, inclusive. Author "Adolph 
Quetelet as Statistician." Member American Economic Association, Amer- 
ican Sociological Society, American Statistical Association, American Asso- 
ciation for Labor Legislation. Born Wiltshire, O., Sept. 27, 1877. Married 
Anna Livingston Keeling, No. 302, Aug. 23, 1905. Children: Frank Ham- 
ilton, Jr., Feb. 8, 1907; Robert William, Dec. 7, 1908; Margaret Anna, Jan. 
28, 1911; Orville Lewis, Feb. 12, 1913. Brother of No. 346. 

301. HARRY GARA HUMPHREY. DILLON, MONT. 

A.B. S.T.B., Drew Theological Seminary, 1906. Minister M. E. Church, 
Independence, Mo., 1901-02; Howard Memorial, Kansas City, Mo., 1902-03; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1903-06; Wat- 
son Memorial, Independence, Mo., 1906-08; Broadway, Kansas City, Mo., 
1908-13: Dr. Fry Memorial, St. Louis, Mo., 1913-15; Dillon, Mont., 1915-. 
Born Nickel Mines, Lancaster Co., Pa., Feb. 10, 1873. Married Hattie 
S : monton, Oct. 2, 1901. Children: Howard Simonton, Sept. 15, 1902; Mar- 
tha MacNeal, June 11, 1905; Thomas Watson, Aug. 17, 1906. 

302. ANNA LIVINGSTON KEELING, 4 CABOT ST., WORCESTER, 

MASS. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Baldwin City, 1901-05; Homekeeper, 
1905-. Born Hamilton, O., Nov. 1, 1876. Married Frank Hamilton Han- 
kins, No. 300, Aug. 23, 1905. Children: Frank Hamilton, Jr., Feb. 8, 1907; 
Robert William, Dec. 7, 1908; Margaret Anna, Jan. 28, 1911; Orville Lewis, 
Feb. 12, 1913. Sister of No. 303. 

303. *WILLIAM BUTLER KEELING. 

A.B. Instructor Physics and Mathematics, Baker University, 1901-02; 
Magnetic Observer, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Sitka, Alaska, 1902-03; 
Magnetic Observer, C. and G. S., Viegues, Porto Rico, 1903-04; Graduate 
student, Boston University, 1904-05; Magnetic Observer, C. and G. S., Bald- 
win City 1905-06; Magnetic Observer, C. and G. S., Vieques, Porto Rico, 
1906-08; Magnetic Observer, C. and G. S., Baldwin City, 1908. Born George- 
town, O., Oct., 1874. Married Harriet Gertrude Maxwell, No. 475. Aug. 
26, 1906. Died July 9, 1909, burial at Baldwin City. Child: Richard, Sept. 
10, 1907. Brother of No. 302. 

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304. HARRIET KEMP. GRINNELL, IA. 

A.B.; Ped.B.; A.M., 1911. Teacher German and Latin, Clay County- 
High School, Clay Center, 1901-05; Teacher German and Latin, High 
School, Junction City, 1905-06; Graduate Student University of Berlin, and 
Instructor in Willard School for Girls, Berlin, Germany, 1906-08; Instructor 
German, Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, 111., 1908; Dean of Women, 
Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1909-13; Instructor in German, High School, 
Pasadena, Calif., 1913-16; Homekeeper, Grinnell, la., 1916-. Born Chero- 
kee, June 30, 1881. Married James Richard Lewis, M.D., Sept. 9, 1916. 
Daughter of No. 18, Sister of No. 426. 

305. DAVID BYRON LOOFBOURROW, SAN FERNANDO, CALIF. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Pico Heights, Los Angeles, Calif., 1901- 
02; Tucson, Ariz., 1902-04; Pico Heights, Los Angeles, Calif., 1904-07; Or- 
ange, Calif., 1907-09; Colton, Calif., 1909-12; Grace, Riverside, Calif., 1912- 
15; San Fernando, Calif., 1915-. Born Brownsville, Neb., Nov., 6, 1870. Mar- 
ried Ella M. Johnson, July 11, 1901. Children: Ednabel, May 11, 1902; 
Fay Winona, Sept. 4, 1903. Brother of No. 326. 

306. MABEL MARVEL. 708 W. 32D ST., AUSTIN, TEX. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Sabetha, 1901-03; Homekeeper, 1903-. 
Born Westmoreland, March 13, 1879. Married William Ray Manning, No. 
271, May 26, 1903. Children: Dorothy Carmen, July 8, 1904; Winston 
Marvel, March 26, 1909. Sister of Nos. 177, 199, 243. 

307. IDA McDANIEL. 605 N. 6TH ST., PHOENIX, ARIZ. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Grades, Baldwin City, 1901-03; Latin and German, 
High School, Phoenix, Ariz., 1904-; Principal of High School, 1916-. Born 
Lane. Sister of No. 533. 

308. ULYSSES SHERMAN McWILLIAMS, 1220 BUCHANAN ST, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

B.S. Business, White River, Colo., 1903; Teacher three years in 
Colorado; Teacher two years in Arizona; Ranching in Colorado; Merchant 
in Nevada. Born Paola, 1876. 

309. BLANCHE ETHEL MILLS, 447 RUGBY ROAD, BROOKLYN, 

NEW YORK. 

Ph.B. Teacher Latin and German, High School, Fredonia, 1901-02; 
Latin and German, High School, Junction City, 1902-03; Homekeeper, 1903-. 
Student, St. Louis School of Social Economy, Washington University, St. 
Louis, Mo., 1911-12; Graduate student, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 
Sciences, 1915-. Born Garnett, Aug. 21, 1876. Married Thomas James Riley, 
No. 290, Sept. 16, 1903. Children: Frances Elizabeth, Jan. 25, 1907; 
Thomas James, Jr., Nov. 9, 1908. 

310. MORRIS PATTON, 3947 GARFIELD AVE, KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, La Harpe, 1901-04; Secretary Inter- 
national Drug Co, La Harpe, 1905-08; Editor of "Enterprise Push," Enter- 
prise, 1908-11; Secretary of International Drug Co, Kansas City, Mo, 1911- 
13; Editor "Olathe Independent," Olathe, 1913-16; With Central Advertising 
Co, Kansas City, Mo, 1916-. Born Jewett, O, June 11, 1876. Married 
Carrie L. Adams, Dec. 20, 1903. Children: Maynard Adams, July 18, 1910; 
Wanda Vivian, March 4, 1914. 

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311. ARTHUR RINGER. PAOLA. 

B.S. Principal Eugene Field School, Ottawa, 1901-02; Teacher Science, 
Atchison County High School, Effingham, 1902-04; Photographer, Baldwin 
City, 1904-08; Photographer, Paola, 1908-. Born Paola, Dec. 29, 1873. Mar- 
ried Leathie Wells, Aug. 29, 1900. Child: Addie Louise, Nov. 12, 1902. 
Brother of No. 363. 

312. CHARLES FREDERICK TURNER. HARTFORD. 

Ph.B. Principal High School, McLouth, 1901-03; Superintendent 
Schools, Sedan, 1903-06; Bank Cashier, Mulvane, 1906-08; Elbing, 1909-11; 
Superintendent Schools, Coldwater, 1911-14; Superintendent Schools, Nor- 
tonville, 1914-16; Superintendent Schools, Hartford, 1916-. Born Chapman, 
Oct. 8, 1874. Married Mary Daisy Deel, No. 297, June 16, 1903. Children: 
Thomas James, Oct. 21, 1904; Mary, Sept. 30, 1907; Charles Frederick, Jr., 
May 22, 1910; Margaret Jean, Oct. 14, 1912. 



CLASS OF 1902 

313. SCOTT ELIAS WILLIAM BEDFORD, 6148 UNIVERSITY AVE., 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

A.B.; A.M., 1903. L.H.D., University of Vermont, 1911. Assistant in 
History, and Principal of Academy, Baker University, 1902-05; Fellow and 
Assistant in Sociology and History, The University of Chicago, 1905-08; 
Professor of Sociology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1908-11; Assistant 
Professor of Sociology, The University of Chicago, 1911-16; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Sociology, The University of Chicago, 1916-. Secretary-Treasurer, 
The American Sociological Society, 1911-; Managing Editor, "Papers and 
Proceedings of the American Sociological Society," 1914-. Author, "The 
Labor Legislation of Kansas," "Studies in Social Science, American Cities." 
Member American Economic Association, National Conference of Chari- 
ties and Corrections, American Statistical Association, American Civic As- 
sociation, National Municipal League, National Housing Association, Ameri- 
can Association of University Professors. Born Winterset, la., March 7, 
1876. Married Gussie Mae Taggart, June 8, 1905. 

314. EMILY ISABEL BENEDICT LEAVENWORTH. 

A.B. Student Music, Baldwin City, 1901-03; Homekeeper, Leaven- 
worth, 1903-. Born Seneca, Nov. 26, 1879. Married Morris B. Hamilton, 
Oct. 15, 1903. Children: Andrew Benedict, May 21, 1907; Jane, June 25. 
1910; Elizabeth, Jan. 29, 1915. Sister of No. 117. 

315. EDNA POTTER BOYD. 119 N. COLLEGE AVE., SALINA 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Baldwin City, 1902-03; Ysleta, Tex., 1903-04; 
Latin, High School, La Cygne, 1904-05; Grades, Baldwin City, 1905-07; 
Latin, High School, Santa Fe, N. Mex., 1907-08; Homekeeper, La Cygne, 
1908-15; Salina, 1915-. Born Lawrence, Dec. 2, 1881. Married Edgar Davis, 
June 17, 1908. Children: Lena Katherine, March 31, 1909; James Boyd, 
May, 15, 1911. 

316. NELLE EDITH CHAFFEE. OTTAWA. 

Ph.B. Teacher, High School, Neodesha, 1902-04; High School, Fre- 
donia, 1904-07; English, High School, Ottawa, 1907-. Born Neosho Falls, 
Dec. 9, 1880. 

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317. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CHAMBERS, 173 HANCOCK ST., CAM- 

BRIDGE, MASS. 

A.B. Coal Business, Kansas City, Mo., 1902-04; Mulberry, 1904-07; 
Graduate student in Sociology, The University of Kansas, 1907-08; Coal 
Mining Business, Mulberry, 1908-14; Graduate student in Music and Liter- 
ature, Harvard University, 1914-16. Born Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 12, 1879. 
Married Daisy Fowkes, June 1, 1904. 

318. FRANCES EMMA COKER. EMPORIA. 

A.B. Teacher German and English, High School, Eureka, 1902-03; 
English, German and Latin, High School, Chanute, 1903-04; Graduate stu- 
dent in English and German, The University of Chicago, 1904-05; English 
and German, High School, Chanute, 1905-07; At home, Rocky Ford, Colo., 
1907-08; Denver, Colo., 1908-14; Homekeeper, Pittsburg, 1914-15; Emporia, 
1915-. Born Burlington, March 25, 1880. Married Rev. Louis M. Potts, 
Nov. 25, 1914. 

319. BARBARA JANE DICE. TROY. 

B.L. Teacher, Overbrook, 1902-03; Lenexa, 1903-04; South Park, 1904- 
05; Homekeeper, 1905-. Born Chambersburg, Pa., July 25, 1874. Married 
Nathaniel John Adams, No. 401, June 7, 1905. Children: Lois Jane, Oct. 
16, 1906; Helen Hester, Aug. 16, 1908. 

320. EMMA ALICE FOLLIN. 317 4TH ST., VICTOR, COLO. 

Ph.B. B.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, Home Economics, 
1911. Assistant Postmaster, Baldwin, 1903-04; Teacher, Hutchinson, 1904- 
06; Wichita, 1906-10; Student Kansas State Agricultural College, Home 
Economics Course, 1910-11; Teacher, Home Economics, Argentine High 
School, Kansas City, 1911-12; Homekeeper, Denver, Colo., 1912-14; Victor, 
Colo., 1914-. Born Fairport, Mo., Sept. 2, 1880. Married Clifford W. Par- 
sons, June 12, 1912. Sister of No. 252. 

321. HOMER HOCH. MARION. 

A. B. LL. B., Washburn College, Topeka, 1909. Assistant Editor 
"Marion Record," Marion, 1903; Confidential Secretary to Purchasing 
Agent, and Chief Appointment Division Department, Washington, D. C, 
and Student, Law School, George Washington University, Washington, 
D. C, 1903-05; Editor "Marion Record," Marion, 1906; Secretary to Gov- 
ernor E. W. Hoch, Topeka, 1907-08; Editor "Marion Record" and Lawyer, 
Marion, 1909-. Author "Studies in Christian Doctrine," and various pam- 
phlets. Born Marion. Married Edna Mabel Wharton, No. 371, June 
7, 1905. Children: Wharton, June 23, 1908; Jean, Nov. 15, 1912. Brother 
of Nos. 524, 867. 

322. WILLIAM WALTER JOHNSTON. E. LANSING, MICH. 

A.B. A.M., Harvard University, 1908. Special student, Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1902-03. Instructor in English, Baker University, 1903-04; Graduate 
student in English, Harvard University, 1904-05; Instructor in English, 
Washington State College, Pullman, Wash., 1905-07; Assistant Professor 
of English, Washington State College, 1907-08; Professor of English, 
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Oklahoma, Stillwater, Okla., 1908- 
12; Professor of English, Michigan Agricultural College, E. Lansing, Mich., 
1912-. Born Erie, Jan. 5, 1876. Married Ethelyn Thorne, No. 439, June 
29, 1905. Children: Manfred, Dec. 17, 1906; Henry, Dec. 13, 1908; Mary 
Ellen, Dec. 24, 1910. 

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32a. *SARAH FLORENCE KING. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Iola, 1902-03; Burton, 1903-04; Baldwin City, 
1904-09; Homekeeper, Lamar, Colo., 1909-10. Born Xenia, Dec. 22, 1877. 
Married Jesse Orr, Dec. 29, 1909. Died Dec. 17, 1910, burial at Baldwin 
City. Sister of No. 253. 

324. ALBERT EMMANUEL KIRK. 221 N. ERIE, WICHITA. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1903. S.T.B., Boston University, 1907; Ph.D., Boston 
University, 1915. Instructor in Biology, Baker University, 1902-03; Gradu- 
ate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1904-07; Minister M. E. 
Church, Augusta, 1903-04; South Baintree, Mass., 1904-07; Stafford, 1907-09; 
Sterling, 1909-13; College Hill, Wichita, 1913-. Trustee Southwestern Col- 
lege, 1914-. Member General Conference, M. E. Church, 1916; Member 
General Deaconess Board, M. E. Church, 1916-. Born Halstead, Apr. 23, 
1880. Married Luluh B. Barricklow, Aug. 17, 1904. Children: Phyllis 
Elizabeth, Aug. 6, 1905; Robert Van Dyke, April 15, 1910. 

325. CLYDE LESLIE KUHN. ESSEX, CONN. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1907. Minister, M. E. Church, Ross- 
ville, 1903-04; Avoca, 1904-05; Maple Hill, 1905; Graduate Student in Theol- 
ogy, Boston University, 1905-07; Mars Hill, Me., 1908; Cherry Valley, 111., 
1909-11; Teacher English Bible, Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1912; 
Graduate Student Yale University, 1913; Higganum, Conn., 1914-16; Essex, 
Conn., 1916-. Born Wellsville, Mo., Aug. 8, 1878. Married Edna Mae 
Williams, Nov. 26, 1908. Child: Pauline Susanna, Oct. 2, 1909. Brother 
of No. 286. 

326. ROBERT LOOFBOURROW, 833 MAGNOLIA AVE, PASA- 

DENA, CALIF. 

A.B. Editor Neodesha Register, Neodesha, 1903-05; Owner and Man- 
aeer Neodesha Bank Note Co, Neodesha, 1908-; State Representative 32d 
District of Kansas, 1909; Twice Elected Mayor of Neodesha. Born Fre- 
donia, 1878. Married Jane K. Bull, Feb. 5, 1905. 

327. *PEARL McCURDY. 

Ph B. Teacher Science, High School, Chanute, 1902-04; Principal of 
High School and Teacher of Latin, Seneca, 1904-09; Homekeeper, Seneca, 
1909-12. Graduate Student in German, Baker Universitv. 1907. Born 
Franklin Co., Kans, July 27, 1877. Married Herbert M. Fuller, June 30, 
1909. Died Feb. 3, 1912, burial at Seneca. 



328. ORA FLEMING MOWER. 

Ph B. Assistant Principal High School, Osborne, 1902-05; Principal 
High School, Larned, 1905-07. 

329. HARVEY CLAUDE PLUMB. WELLINGTON. 

A.B. Insurance, Arkansas City, 1902-07; Real Estate and Insurance, 
Wellington, 1908-13; Clerk District Court, Wellington, 1913-. Born Kidder, 
Mo, May 10, 1876. Married Jennie Lura Woods, No. 338, Jan. 3, 1905. 

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330. FRED HOOPER RHOADES. HANOVER. 

A.B. M.D., University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1905. Stu- 
dent University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., 1902-05; Physician, New 
Albany, 1905-07; Mulberry, 1907-13; Kansas City, Mo., 1913-15; Hanover, 
1915-. Born Lytle, O., July 22, 1879. Married Grace Snyder, March 12, 
1906. Children: Nell Snyder, July 13, 1907; Mary Elizabeth, April 19, 1913. 

331. ORLANDO LORA SAMPLE. TRENTON, MO. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1909; A.M., Boston University, 1910. 
Minister M. E. Church, Crestline, 1900; Gas City, 1902-06; Graduate Student, 
in Theology, Boston University, 1906-10; Bosworth, Mo., 1910-12; Broadway, 
Hannibal, Mo., 1912-15; Burlington Junction, Mo., 1915-16; Trenton, 1916-. 
Born Sharpsville, Ind., Dec. 12, 1875. Married Margaret Hobbs, June 9, 
1903. Brother of Nos. 723, 828. 

332. ALONZO MARTIN SMITH, 983 SOUTH ST, ROSLINDALE, 

MASS. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1905; Ph.D., Boston University, 1910. 
Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1902-05; Graduate Stu- 
dent Berlin University, Germany, 1905-07; Jacob Sleeper Fellow from Bos- 
ton University for Post Graduate Study in Europe, 1906-07; Graduate 
Student, Boston University, 1907-08; Director of Religious Work at Frances 
E. Willard Settlement, Boston, Mass., 1908-09; Graduate Student, Boston 
University, 1909-10; At Home, Wellsville, 1910-14; Independent religious 
and social worker among immigrant Jews, Boston, Mass, 1914-. Born 
Richmond, O, Nov. 7, 1875. Married Florence Morrison, Nov. 8, 1913. 
Child: John Morrison, Oct. 9, 1914. 

333. LEVI BROWN SMITH. PAOLA. 

A.B. Magnetic Observer, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Baldwin 
City, 1902-05; Bookkeeper, Kansas City, Mo, 1905-06; Secretary and Office 
Manager, Parsons Natural Gas Co, Parsons, 1906-08; Cashier State Bank, 
Benedict, 1908; Bookkeeper, People's National Bank, Paola, 1909; Assistant 
Cashier, People's National Bank, Paola, 1910-13; Farmer and Dairyman, 
Paola, 1913-. Trustee Baker University, 1915-. Trustee Bethany Hospital, 
1915-. Born Fayette City, Pa, March 16, 1875. Married Jennie Alice Hein- 
selman. No. 421, June 21, 1906. Children: Faye Roberta, April 17, 1907; 
Paul Vincent, July 12, 1909; Frances Lucile, May 13, 1912; Lawrence Rey- 
nolds, Nov. 9, 1914. 

334. JOHN WILLIAM WALLACE, 435 PINE AVE, LONG BEACH, 

CALIF. 

A.B. Agent International Correspondence School, Topeka, 1902-03; 
Department Manager, Los Angeles Store, Los Angeles. Calif, 1903-06; 
General Hardware Merchant, Long Beach, Calif, 1906-. Born Auburn, 111, 
Dec. 21, 1871. Married Maybelle Crandall, Aug. 6, 1902. 

335. BESSIE WATT. KIRKSVILLE, MO. 

Ph. B. Teacher High School, Oskaloosa, 1902-03; Iola, 1903-06; In- 
dependence, 1906-09; Waverly, 1909-10; Graduate Student, The University 
of Chicago, 1910; Critic Teacher, University Normal, Las Vegas, N. Mex, 
1911-16; Primary Supervisor, State Normal, Kirksville, Mo, 1916-. Born 
Maysville, Mo, March 6, 1877. Sister of Nos. 277, 292. 

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338. WALTER PELLMAN WHARTON. INDEPENDENCE. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Neosho Falls, 1902-04; Moran, 1904-08; 
Erie, 1908-11; Independence, 1911-. Born Gridley, Calif., March 21, 1877. 
Married Mary Seaton, June 7, 1903. Brother of No. 371. 

337. FRANK EZRA WOLF. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Principal Commercial Department, Baker University, 1902-12; 
Professor of Economics, Baker University, 1912-. Graduate Student in 
Economics, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1913, '14, '15. Treasurer 
Faculty, Baker University, 1901-; Treasurer Trustees, 1903-; Secretary Kan- 
sas Educational Association, 1909-; Treasurer same, 1912-. Born Amanda, 
O., Jan. 9, 1876. Married Bertha C. Watson, Aug. 4, 1903. Children: Paul 
Watson, Sept. 2, 1904; Ross Franklin, Apr. 28, 1909. 

338. JENNIE LURA WOODS. WELLINGTON. 

Ph.B. Teacher, High School, Oswego, 1902-04; Homekeeper, 1905-. 
Born Montana, June 28, 1880. Married Harvey Claude Plumb, No. 329, Jan. 
3, 1905. Sister of Nos. 400, 444. 

339. CHRISTIAN BENJAMIN ZOOK. IOLA. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Talmage, 1902-04; Morganville, 1904-07; 
Valley Falls, 1907-08; Walnut Grove, Topeka, 1908-13; Olathe, 1913-15; 
First, Iola, 1915-. Trustee Baker University, 1912-. Born Orrstown, 
Franklin Co,, Pa., March 31, 1871. Married Flora Jones, July 17, 1898. 
Children: Chester Lorenzo, July 17, 1900; Harold Odean, Aug. 9, 1903; 
Loren Samuel, July 22, 1905. 

CLASS OF 1903 

340. GILBERT HAVEN ATHERTON. GIRARD. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Westphalia, 1903-05; Crestline, 1905- 
06; Mulberry, 1906-07; Madison, 1907-08; Benedict, 1908-10; Fulton, 1910- 
12; Beulah, 1912-14; Supernumerary, 1914-. Born Prairie City, 111., June 
24, 1877. Married Mary Abigail Atherton, June 3, 1903. Children: Abi- 
gail Floyd, Sept. 10, 1904; John Gilbert, Sept. 12, 1906; Joseph Haven, Aug. 
31, 1908; Eva May, July 3, 1910; James Sanders, Jan. 30, 1913; Charles 
LeRoy, Nov. 22, 1914. 

341. PERL RODGERS BARTON. HERINGTON. 

A.B. Journalist, Baldwin City, 1905; Journalist, Humboldt, 1905; 
City Editor, Iola Daily Register, Iola, 1908-10; Editor Herington Times, 
Herington, 1911-. Born Baldwin City, Dec. 25, 1878. 

342. ARTHUR RAY BOWMAN. PRINEVILLE, ORE. 

A.B. LL.B., University of Washington, Seattle, Wash., 1908. Sales- 
man, Wathena, 1905; Editor and Manager "Reformer," Springdale, Wash.; 
Law Student, University of Washington, 1906-08; Special Agent, U. S. 
General Land Office, Department of Interior, 1909-10; Attorney at Law and 
President Central Oregon Title and Loan Co., Prineville, Crook Co., Ore., 
1910-. Member Phi Delta Phi. Born Wathena, Apr. 22, 1882. Married 
Alta Minton, March 15, 1916. 

343. CLAUDE ALLEN CALKINS. SILVER CITY, IOWA. 

A.B.; B.Ped., 1905. S.T.B., Boston University, 1913. Teacher, Tal- 
mage, 1903-04; Teacher Science, Atchison County High School, Effing- 

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ham, 1904-05; Teacher Science, High School, Parsons, 1905-06; Minister, M. 
E. Church, St. Paul, 1906-07; Frontenac, 1907-10; Graduate Student in 
Theology, Boston University, 1910-13; Northboro, la., 1913-15; Silver 
City, la., 1915-. Born Alpha, 111., Dec. 15, 1878. Married Blanche M. 
Miller, Sept. 6, 1905. Children: Raoul Claude, July 11, 1906; Ruth Edna, 
Feb. 23, 1908; Margaret May, Aug. 6, 1910; Miriam Geraldine, Sept. 29, 
1913; Evelyn Louise, July 12, 1915. 

344. KATHRYN MYRTLE CARMEAN. HIAWATHA. 

A.B. Teacher, Fredonia, 1903-04. At home, Paola, 1904-05; Home- 
keeper, 1905-. Born Paola, Dec. 14, 1880. Married Clair Aigler Harpster, 
No. 347, Dec. 26, 1905. Children: Harold Carmean, June 1, 1908; Wanda 
Marie, Oct. 12, 1910; Clair Aigler, Jr., Jan. 29, 1915. 

345. WALTER HODGIN CASE, CARE OF THE DAILY TELEGRAM, 

LONG BEACH, CALIF. 

A. B. Newspaper man, Kansas City, Mo., 1904-06; Newspaper Re- 
porter and Correspondent, Long Beach, Calif., and Los Angeles, Calif., 
papers, Long Beach, Calif., 1906-; Publisher Beaumont, Calif., Weekly 
Leader, 1915-. Secretary, Long Beach City Club. Born Oswego, Dec. 29, 
1883. Married Ethel Christine Thompson, July 28, 1908. Children: Nelson, 
Feb. 3, 1910; Roger Thompson, June 6, 1916. 

346. VIOLA MAY HANKINS. GUTHRIE, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Junction City, 1903-05; Music 
Student, Boston, Mass., 1906; Homekeeper, 1905-. Born Wilshire, O., 
Sept. 16, 1880. Married Edward Hislop, No. 350, Aug. 23, 1905. Sister 
of No. 300. 

347. CLAIR AIGLER HARPSTER. HIAWATHA. 

A.B. Instructor Mathematics, Baker University, 1903-05; Graduate 
Student in Mathematics, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1904; Teacher 
Mathematics and Astronomy, High School, Ottumwa, la., 1905-06; Lum- 
ber Merchant, Willis. 1906-11; Hiawatha, 1911-. Born Willis, June 8, 1880. 
Married Kathryn Myrtle Carmean, No. 344, Dec. 26, 1905. Children: 
Harold Carmean, June 1, 1908; Wanda Marie, Oct. 12, 1910; Clair Aigler, 
Jr., Jan. 29, 1915. 

348. ROBERT BENJAMIN HAYES. SEDALIA, MO. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1903. Instructor Natural Science, Philander Smith Col- 
lege, Little Rock, Ark., 1903-16; President George R. Smith College, 
Sedalia, Mo., 1916-. Member General Conference M. E. Church, 1916. 
Author "The Student's Guide in Morals and Learning." Born Navasota, 
Tex., May 13, 1876. Married Hattie P. Melton, June 22, 1909. Children: 
Lucile and Blanche, Feb. 18, 1910; Baby, Oct. 10, 1912; Robert Benjamin, 
Jr., Nov. 7, 1914; Herbert Murlin, June 28, 1916. 

349. CLAIR H. HEPWORTH. TOPEKA. 

Ph.B. Principal High School, Overbrook, 1903-06; Principal High 
School, Paola, 1906-09; Principal Garfield School, Topeka, 1909-12; 
Teacher History, High School, Topeka, 1912-. Born Volinia, Mich, May 
6, 1875. Married Charlotte Wilson Coffman, June 17, 1903. Child: Hazel 
Kathryn, May 22, 1907. 

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350 EDWARD HISLOP. GUTHRIE, OKLA. 

A.B.; D.D., 1915. S.T.B., Boston University, 1907. Minister M. E. 
Church, Argentine, 1903-04; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston Uni- 
versity, 1904-07; Graduate Student in Philosophy and Literature, Boston 
University, 1909; Lebanon, N. H., 1907-09; Lawrence, Mass., 1909-10; 
Superintendent Omaha District, Omaha. Neb., 1911-14; Chancellor Metho- 
dist University of Oklahoma, Guthrie, Okla., 1914-. Born Steubenville, O., 
Feb. 14, 1873. Married Viola May Hankins, No. 346, Aug. 23, 1905. 

351. *MILTON EUGENE HUFF. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1903-06. Born Neosho Co., Kans., 
Feb. 27, 1879. Died Feb. 25, 1906, burial at Baldwin City. 

352. WARD WESLEY HULL. HANFORD, CALIF. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1909. Minister, M. E. Church, Mont 
Ida., 1903-05; Buffalo, 1905-06: Graduate Student in Theology, Boston Uni- 
versity, 1906-09; Calexico, Calif., 1909-10; Taylor, San Diego, Calif., 1910- 
13; Garden Grove, Calif., 1913-16; Hanford, Calif., 1916-. Born Carthage, 
111., Jan. 7, 1872. Married Alice C. Irwin, Feb. 15, 1906. 

353. HARRY LEE JOHNSON. 

A.B. Minister, supply, Union Star, Mo., 1903-04; New Hampton, Mo., 
1904-05; Colorado, in interest of health, 1905-06; Farmer and Inventor, 
New Hampton, Mo., 1906-08; Teacher, Winona, Wash., 1909-10; Inventor, 
Seattle, Wash., 1910-11. Born Floral, 1874. 

354. LOUVENIA MADELINE JOSEPH, 115 LINCOLN AVE., COLO- 

RADO CITY, COLO. 

A.B. Principal High School, Edwardsville, 1903-05; Principal Schools, 
Parker, 1905-06; Teacher Latin, High School, Ponca City, Okla., 1906-09; 
Teacher Latin, High School, Baldwin City, 1909-12; Principal High 
School and Teacher Latin, Colorado City, Colo., 1912-15; Teacher Latin, 
High School, Colorado City, Colo., 1915-16; Homekeeper, Colorado City, 
Colo., 1916-. Born Batesville, Noble Co., O., Sept. 15, 1865. Married John 
Klintwort, June 7, 1916. 

355. DAVID ELLSWORTH KENDALL. SHERIDAN, WYO. 

A.B. D.D., University of Denver, 1914. Minister M. E. Church, 
Michigan Ave., Leavenworth, 1903-04; Colorado Springs, Colo., 1904-05; 
Del Norte, Colo., 1905-10; Sheridan, Wyo., 1910-15; Superintendent Sheri- 
dan District, Sheridan, Wyo., 1915-. Member State Legislature, Wyoming, 
1915 and 1916. Born Mound City, May 8, 1870. Married Olive Sullivan, 
July 29, 1896. Children: Paul Wilkins, July 29, 1898; Dorothy Helen, 
Dec. 14, 1905. 

356. OSCAR ULYSSES McPROUD. HOPE. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Quenemo, 1901-03; Richmond, 1903-05; 

Blue Mound, 1905-07; Colony, 1907-10; Pleasanton, 1910-14; Alta Vista, 

1914-15; Hope, 1915-. Born Farmland, Ind., Oct. 10, 1871. Married Cora 

B. Wolfe, Feb. 5, 1907. Child: Infant daughter, April 13, 1913. Brother 

of 287. 

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357. HENRY BLACKBURN MILLER. ROSSVILLE 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1906. M.D., The University 
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 1908. Teacher, Overbrook, 1903-04; 
Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, 1904-05; Assistant Demon- 
strator, Chemical Laboratory, The University of Kansas, 1904-05; Medi- 
cal Student, The University of Kansas, 1905-06; Medical Student, The 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906-08; Resident Physician, 
Philadelphia Hospital for Contagious Diseases, 1909-10; Physician, Ross- 
ville, 1910-. Member Sigma Chi. Born Rossville, Jan. 1, 1881. 

358. MARY KIBBEN MURPHY. TOPEKA 

A.B. Graduate Student in The University of California, Summer, 
1912. Assistant Instructor in Modern Languages, Baker University, 1903- 
05; Teacher German and Latin, High School, Phoenix, Ariz., 1905-07; 
Student Berlin and Weimar, Germany, 1907-08; Instructor German, Uni- 
versity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., 1908-09; Teacher High School, Ogden, 
Utah, 1909-13; Latin and German, High School, Topeka, 1913-. Born 
Keasoque, la., Aug. 12, 1881. 

359. GEORGE BROCK NEFF. MONROE, WASH. 

B.S. Teacher, Barclay, 1903-04; Medical Student, Kansas City, Mo., 
1904-05; Teacher, Argentine, 1905-08; Superintendent Schools, Wetmore, 
1908-12; Supt. Schools, Libby, Mont., 1912-15; Supt. Schools, Monroe, Wash., 
1915-. Born Salem, Va., March 28, 1880. Married Jessie Edith Funnell, 
No. 419, Dec. 27, 1905. Child: Gladys Marie, May 17, 1912. 

360. FRED MAXSON PERRILL. MUZZAFFARPUR, INDIA. 

A.B. B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1906. Graduate Student in 
Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1903-06; Missionary, Muzzaffarpur, 
India, and Principal Columbia Boys' School and Orphanage, 1906-11; 
Arrah, India, 1911-. Born Nentor, Saline Co., Dec. 4, 1882. Married Mary 
S. Voigt, May 5, 1911. Child: Charles Voigt, Jan. 2, 1913. 

361. JAMES WINFRED REID. 1310 MAIN ST., PARSONS 

A.B. LL.B., Kansas City School of Law, Kansas City, Mo., 1907. 
City Editor, Ottawa Daily Herald, Ottawa, 1903-04; News Writer, Kan- 
sas City Journal, Kansas City, Mo., 1904-06; Student Kansas City School 
of Law, Kansas City, Mo., 1905-07; Attorney, Chanute, 1907-14; Assist- 
ant General Attorney, M. K. and T. Ry., Parsons, 1914-. Born Warrens- 
burg, Mo., July 22, 1883. Married Anna Hoch, No. 524, Jan. 1, 1909. 
Children: Edward Hoch, Sept. 27, 1910; James Richard, May 1, 1914. 

362. DAVID RICHARDS. NEWELL, S. DAK. 

A.B. With Underwood & Underwood, Ottawa, 1903-07; Real Estate 
and Loans, Rapid City, S. Dak., 1907-10; Real Estate and Loans, Newell, 
S. Dak., 1910-. Born Emporia, May 20, 1874. Married Alice Floy Bassett, 
May 15, 1916. 

363. ELMER CLIFFORD RINGER. WAGON MOUND, N. MEX. 

B.S. Teacher Science, High School, Guthrie, Okla., 1903-05; Teacher 
German, High School, Hot Springs, Ark., 1905-06; Teacher Science, High 

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School, Ouray, Colo., 1906-08; Principal High School, North Platte, Neb., 
1908-10; Superintendent Schools, Sidney, Neb., 1910-11; Bookkeeper, Den- 
ver, Colo., 1911-14; Principal High School, East Las Vegas, N. Mex., 
1914-16; Superintendent Schools, Wagon Mound, N. Mex., 1916-. Born 
Paola, Sept. 4, 1881. Married Anna O'Connor, July 5, 1906. Children: 
Francis Whitney, Feb. 3, 1908; Leslie Darlington, Aug. 30, 1909. Brother 
of No. 311. 

364. JOHN WILKINS ROBERTS. SEDAN 

A.B. Graduate Student, Baker University, Summer, 1904; Graduate 
Student, the University of Kansas, Summer, 1909, '10, '12. Newspaper Busi- 
ness, Oskaloosa, 1903-04; Principal Schools, Corning, 1904-06; Wellsville, 
1906-07; Oskaloosa, 1907-09; Superintendent Schools, Peabody, 1909-12; 
Superintendent Schools, Sedan, 1912-. Born Topeka, July 3, 1880. Married 
Lena Adelle McConnell, No. 430, Aug. 5, 1908. Child: Margaret Emma, 
Dec. 21, 1910. 

365. GEORGE LEDREW RULISON. ZIONSVILLE, IND. 

A.B. S.T.B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1908. LL.B., Hamilton Cal- 
lege of Law, Chicago, 111., 1915. Minister, M. E. Church, Mound Valley, 
1903-04; East Iola, 1904; Hale, Mo., 1904-05; Graduate Student in Theology, 
Garrett Biblical Institute, 1905-08; Supply preacher in Chicago, 111., 1905-06; 
Vincent, Chicago, 111., 1906-08; Holyoke, Colo., 1908-10; Wray, Colo., 
1910; Medicine Lodge, 1910-12; Anthony, 1912-13; Chillicothe, Mo., 1913-14; 
Zionsville, Ind., 1914-. Born Hartford, Oct. 15, 1876. Married Fay Fra- 
zier, Sept. 4, 1901. Child: Ruth Bernadine, Oct. 26, 1903. 

366. HARRY WYLBUR STANLEY. 945 BUFFUM AVE., WICHITA 

A.B. A.B., Columbia University, New York City, 1903. General 
Agent, Southeastern Kansas, Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa, 1904-. 
Born Wichita, Aug. 25, 1880. Married Blanche Seabrook Imboden, No. 425, 
Nov. 28, 1906. Children: Lawrence Eugene, Oct. 22, 1908; Elizabeth, 
April 15, 1912. Brother of No. 547. 

367. HARRY PRAY STUDY. NEODESHA. 

A.B. A.M., Boston University, 1911. Graduate Student in Educa- 
tion, Columbia University, Summer, 1916. Principal High School, Eureka, 
1903-04; Principal High School, Ottawa, 1904-06; Graduate Student, Bos- 
ton University, 1906-08; Teacher History, Tome School for Boys, Port 
Deposit, Md., 1908-10; Teacher History, Horace Mann School, New York 
City, 1910-11; Graduate Student, Columbia University^ New York City, 
1910-11; Superintendent Schools, Sedan, 1911-12; Superintendent Schools, 
Neodesha, 1912-. Born Fountain City, Ind., Jan. 7, 1879. Married Clara 
Louise Lord, Nov. 19, 1910. Child: Mary Lord, Nov. 2, 1916. 

368. GEORGE BROWN THOMAS. 99 PEACE ST., PROVIDENCE, 

R. I. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. Ph.D., Boston University, 1913. Minister, M. E. 
Church, Poplar Bluff, Mo., 1903-05; President Carleton College, Farming- 
ton, Mo., 1905-09; Concord, N. H., 1909-12; St. Paul's, Manchester, N. H., 
1912-16; Trinity Union, Providence, R. I., 1916-. Born Czar, Mo., Jan. 5, 
1873. Married Nellie Riason, June 14, 1904. 

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369. IDA BEATRICE VANATTA. . MEERUT, INDIA 

B.L. Homekeeper, 1903-. Teacher, Ajmere, India, Boys' School. In 
charge of Ajmere Circuit Bible Readers. Secretary North-West India 
Woman's Conference, 1910. Born Nortonville, 1877. Married Joseph Ben- 
son Baker, No. 262, June 24, 1903. Children: 

370. *LAWRENCE FERGUSON WALTER. 

Ph.B. Lawyer, Kingman, 1903-15; County Attorney, Kingman Co., 
1915. Born Oakville, Pa., Feb. 6, 1882. Married Nell L. Holston, May 
16, 1906. Died Sept. 3, 1915, burial at Kingman. Children: Elizabeth, 
July 13, 1910; Jean, Feb. 26, 1912. 

371. EDNA MABEL WHARTON. MARION 

B.L. Teacher, Pratt, 1904-05; Homekeeper, 1905-. Grand Marshall, 

Delta Delta Delta, 1903-07. Born Gridley, Calif. Married Homer Hoch, 

No. 321, June 7, 1905. Children: Wharton, June 23, 1908; Jean, Nov. 15, 
1912. Sister of No. 336. 

372. *WILLIAM ARTHUR WOOD. 

A.B. Graduate Oklahoma Central Normal School, 1898. A.B., North- 
ern Indiana Normal School, 1900. Teacher, Jones, Okla., 1903. Born 
Quincy, 111., 1876. Died, 1904. 

CLASS OF 1904 
373 WILBUR FISKE ALLEN. CHANUTE 

A.B. Banker, First National Bank, Chanute, 1903-. Born Chanute, 

Oct. 11, 1879. Married Florence E. Park, Feb. 27, 1907. Children: Lois 

Genevieve, Nov. 26, 1908; Robert Newton, Dec. 4, 1913; Richard Park, 
Sept. 21, 1915. Brother of Nos. 445, 553. 

374. NORA DALE AMES. TOPEKA 

B.L. Graduate Student in English, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mer, 1916. At home, Baldwin City, 1904-05; Teacher, Rural Schools, 
Douglas County, 1905-06; Instructor in English, Baker University, 1906-14; 
Teacher English, High School, Topeka, 1914-. Born Moline, Jan. 1, 1876. 
Sister of No. 787. 

375. JAMES PERCY AULT. CARE OF CARNEGIE INSTITUTION, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

A.B. A.M., Columbia University, New York City, 1909. Magnetic 
Observer, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C, 1904-08; Graduate Stu- 
dent in Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics, Columbia University, 1907- 
09; Magnetician, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C, 1909-13; Mag- 
netician and Alternate Commander of Magnetic Survey Yacht, "Carnegie," 
1914; Commander the same, 1915-. Member American Association for 
the Advancement of Science, American Geographical Society, Washing- 
ton Philosophical Society. Author "Daylight Observations on Venus," 
and various publications of the results obtained by the Magnetic Yacht, 
"Carnegie." Born Lenexa, Oct. 29, 1881. Married Mamie A. Totten, 
March 27, 1907. Child: Evelyn Geraldine, Dec. 9, 1912. Brother of Nos. 
293, 447, 498, 788, 851. 

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376. NELLIE MAY AULT. MONTE VISTA, COLO. 

Ph.B. Homekeeper, 1904-. Born Johnson Co., Kans., May 27, 1881. 
Married Angus MacGregor Maclean, No. 386, Dec. 29, 1904. Children: 
Robert Ault, Jan. 1, 1907; Raymond McGregor, March 26, 1909; Angus, 
Jan. 14, 1913. 

377. CORA MILLICENT BROWN. HINGHWA, FUKIEN, CHINA. 

Ph.B. Solicitor for Bethany Hospital, 1904-05; Deaconess, First M. E. 
Church, Winfield, 1905-06; Deaconess, Trinity M. E. Church, Wichita, 
1906; Student at Lucy Webb Hayes Training School, Washington, D. C, 
1906-07; Deaconess, Trinity M. E. Church, Wichita, 1907-10; Missionary, 
Hinghwa, Fukien, China, 1911-. At Home on Furlough, Wichita, 1916. Born 
Hollenberg, Aug. 2, 1874. 

378. HATTIE ESTHER ELWELL. FREDONIA. 

A.B. Teacher, Baldwin City, 1904-05; Teacher, Latin and English, 
High School, Neodesha, 1905-07; Homekeeper, Fredonia, 1907-. Born 
Milton, la., Apr. 20, 1878. Married Arthur Rich, June 26, 1907. Children: 
Gerald Elwell, Oct. 13, 1908; Esther, June 7, 1912; Marion Cramer, March 
10, 1914. Sister of No. 457. 

379. EMMA BELLE FRENCH. TEMPE, ARIZ. 

A.B. A.M. Columbia University, New York City, 1915. Instructor 
English, Baker University, 1904-06; At home and Teacher Latin and 
Spanish, High School, Tempe, Ariz., 1906-. Graduate Student Columbia 
University and Harvard University, 1913-14. Born Thayer, June 11, 1877. 

380. GILBERT MUNSON GANDER. COFFEYVILLE. 

Ph.B. LL.B., The University of Kansas, 1907. Law Student, The 
University of Kansas and The University of Chicago, 1904-07; Scholar- 
ship, The University of Chicago, 1904-05; Lawyer, Coffeyville, 1907-. Born 
Mt. Ayr, la., March 4, 1873. Married Nannie Louise Fischer, No. 458, 
Nov. 25, 1908. Child: James Gilbert, Oct. 28, 1910. Brother of No. 461. 

381. FRANCIS LENDER GEYER. CAMERON, MO. 

A.B. S.T.B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1909. A.M., Highland College, 
Highland, Kans., 1910. Ph.D., Campbell University, Holton, Kans., 1915. 
Minister M. E. Church, Michigan Valley, 1904-05; Meriden, 1905-07; Grad- 
uate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1907-09; 
Highland, 1908-10; Hagerty Memorial, St. Louis, Mo., 1910-14; Brookfield, 
Mo., 1914-16; Cameron, Mo., 1916-. Born Trading Post, Sept. 27, 1875. 
Married Grace E. Hobart, June 15, 1904. Children: Floyd Hobart, Oct. 
12, 1905; Harold Nathaniel, May 17, 1910; Warren Francis, May 1, 1912; 
Clarence Raymond, May 29, 1914. 

382. CLARA MARGUERITE HATCH. 1221 CINCINNATI AVE., 

TULSA, OKLA. 

B.L. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1907. 
Primary Teacher, Peru, 1904-07; Independence, 1907-08; Peru, 1908-09; 
Homekeeper, Keifer, Okla., 1909-15; Drumright, Okla., 1915-16; Tulsa, 
Okla., 1916-. Born Peru, Aug. 15, 1881. Married M. Joseph Grogan, June 
2, 1909. Children: Muriel, Jan. 24, 1911; Marguerite, Nov. 15, 1912. 

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383. YUNG LIANG HWANG. PEKING, CHINA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1909. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1907. Grad- 
uate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1904-07; Graduate 
Student in Sociology and Economics, Columbia University, 1905-07. First 
Translator of Chinese Legation, London, England, 1907-08; His Imperial 
Chinese Majesty's Consul for New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, 
1908-11; His Imperial Chinese Majesty's Consul General for the Com- 
monwealth of Australia, Melbourne, Australia, 1911-13; Secretary of The 
Waichias En (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Peking, China, 1911-16; Special 
Commissioner of Foreign Affairs, Province of Chihli, Tientsien, China, 
1916-. First Class Gold Medal for special services awarded in 1913; 4th 
Class Decoration conferred in 1914; 3d Class Decoration conferred in 
1916. Trustee, The University of Nanking, Nanking, China. Director 
Y. M. C. A., Peking, China. Born Wu-wei Chew, An-Hwei, China, Aug. 
15, 1875. Married Belle Howe, Kiukiang, China, Aug. 17, 1898. Child: 
Gertrude, Oct. 18, 1902. 

384. JOHN HAIGLER KILE. GARRISON. 

A.B; Ped.B.; A.M., 1914. Graduate Student, Baker University, Sum- 
mers, 1904, '10, '12; Graduate Student, The University of Virginia, Char- 
lottesville, Va., Summers, 1909, '13; Graduate Student, The University of 
Chicago, Summer, 1911. Principal Schools, Coal Hill, Ark., 1904-05; Barks- 
dale, Tex., 1905-06; Moore, Tex., 1906-07; Principal High School, Rock 
Springs, Tex., 1907-09; Teacher in State Normal, Junction City, Tex., 1908; 
Principal High School, New Castle, Va., 1909-12; Shenandoah, Va., 1912-13; 
Elkton, Va., 1913-15; Assistant Principal High School, Flemington, W. 
Va., 1915-16; Principal Schools, Garrison, 1916-. Born Franklin, W. Va., 
Dec. 15, 1866. Married Inez Kimball, May 30, 1908. Children: Charles 
Currentz Lee, March 14, 1910; Margaret Leah, March 5, 1912; Robert 
Kendall, Aug. 21, 1915. 

385. GRACE ISABEL LOCKHART. HOMINY, OKLA. 

Ph.B. At Home, Eskridge, 1904-05; Homekeeper, Alta Vista, 1905-06; 
Hominy, Okla, 1906-. Born Burlingame, Aug. 18, 1879. Married Leroy 
Douglas Edgington, June 14, 1905. Children: Leroy Douglas, Jr., Sept. 
17, 1908; Joseph Robbins, April 17, 1914; Elizabeth, Nov. 28, 1915. 

386. ANGUS MacGREGOR MACLEAN. MONTE VISTA, COLO. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Humboldt, 1902-03; East Iola, 1903-04; 
Kincaid, 1904-07; LeRoy, 1907-10; Humboldt, 1910-11; Erie, 1911-12; Salida, 
Colo., 1912-15; Monte Vista, Colo., 1915-. Born Inverness Co., Scotland, 
July 6, 1869. Married Nellie May Ault, No. 376, Dec. 29, 1904. Children: 
Robert Ault, Jan. 1, 1907; Raymond MacGregor, March 26, 1909; Angus, 
Jan. 14, 1913. 

387. HARRIET ADELLE MAHAR. 913 LARAMIE, MANHATTAN. 

A.B. Assistant Principal High School, Howard, 1904-07; Principal 
High School, Oswego, 1907-09; Homekeeper, Columbia, Mo., 1909-11; 
Manhattan, 1911-. Born Mound Valley, June 8, 1879. Married Burr H. 
Ozment, Aug. 21, 1909. Children: Elizabeth, Dec. 17, 1911; Marian Lota, 
Dec. 28, 1914. 

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888. ETHEL GRACE McCAUGHEY. 425 S. HICKORY, OTTAWA. 

Ph.B. Teacher Latin and English and Principal of High School, 
Minneapolis, 1904-07; Homekeeper, 1907-. Born Stanley, March 3, 1882. 
Married Fred Mark Bailey, No. 406, June 5, 1907. Children: Dean Allen, 
Sept. 22, 1908; Yvonne Adele, June 14, 1912; Alethe Beryl, Sept. 21, 1914. 

389. ROY FALLASS MILLS. ODESSA, MO. 

A.B. M.D., Rush Medical College, Chicago, 111., 1912. Superintendent 
Schools, Erie, 1904-05; Principal High School, Junction City, 1905-08; 
Student of Medicine and Assistant Instructor in Rhetoric, The Univer- 
sity of Kansas, 1908-10; Student of Medicine, Rush Medical College, 1910-12; 
Interne, Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 111., 1912-13; Physician 
and Surgeon, Mayview, Mo., 1913-16; Odessa, Mo., 1916-. Member Amer- 
ican Medical Association, Missouri State Medical Society. Born Albion, 
Mich., July 8, 1880. Married Edythe Oechsli, Dec. 27, 1904. Children: 
Horace Oechsli, Dec. 4, 1907; Ellen Eugenia, Oct. 21, 1915. 

390. FRED A. MOLBY. 525 S. PARK AVE., BLOOMINGTON, IND. 

A.B. A.M., Cornell University, 1908; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1910. 
Assistant, U. S. Magnetic Observatory, Baldwin City, 1904-05; Graduate 
Student in Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., 1905-10; Assistant 
in Physics, Cornell University, 1906-08; Instructor in Physics, Cornell 
University, 1908-12; Assistant Professor in Physics, Indiana University, 
1912-. School recesses, Magnetic Observer, U. S., Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey, 1906-10. Author, "The Rotary Power of Quartz at the Temperature 
of Liquid Air," "The Rotary Power of Limonene at Low Temperature," 
"Absorption of Limonene at Low Temperature," "The Rotary Power of 
Quartz, Cinnobar, and Nicotine at Low Temperature," "The Linear Ex- 
pansion of Invar Steel for 100° C. to Liquid Air Temperature," "Refrac- 
tive Indices at Low Temperatures." Member Sigma Xi, Indiana Acad- 
emy of Science, The Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education. 
Associate Member of the American Physical Society. Born Linn, Jan. 
5, 1878. Married Leona Mae Houghton, Sept. 17, 1907. Brother of 
Nos. 648, 816. 

891. FLORENCE LULU MOORE. ROUTE A., ELMA, WASH. 

B.L. Principal High School, Erie, 1904-05; Teacher Intermediate 
School, Candon, Ilocas Sur., P. I., 1905-07; Teacher Bangued High School, 
Bangued, Abra, P. I., 1907-08; Teacher Industrial School for Igorrote 
Boys, Baguio, Beguet, P. I., 1908-09; In Bangued, Abra, P. I., on leave of 
absence, 1909-10; In Kansas, U. S. A., on leave of absence, 1910-11; Teacher 
Mathematics, High School, Bangued, Abra, P. I., 1911-12; Teacher Domestic 
Science, High School, Bangued, Abra, P. I., 1912-13; Homekeeper, Sat- 
sop, Wash., 1913-. Born Abilene, March 18, 1871. Married William Mus- 
tard, July 3, 1905. Children: Helen Meredith, July 29, 1906; Thomas 
Desmond, Feb. 25, 1909. 

392. THEODORE CLIFTON MOUNTAIN. RICHLAND, WASH. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Greeley, 1904-05; Olpe, 1905-06; Coy- 
ville, 1906-07; Principal Schools, La Crosse, Wash., 1907-11; Minister, 
Albion, Wash., 1911-12; Fowler Memorial, Spokane, 1912-14; Observa- 
tion Teacher and Instructor in Psychology, State Normal School, Cheney, 
Wash., 1914-16; Teacher English, Consolidated High School, Richland, 

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Wash., 1916-. Born Cherryvale, Sept. 25, 1875. Married Lucena Belle 
Walker, Aug. 24, 1901. Children: Thelma Geraldine, Dec. 19, 1902; Made- 
line, Jan. 11, 1905; Muriel Celestine, Dec. 22, 1906; Robert Theodore, 
March 1, 1913. 

893. GEORGE ALBERT NICHOLSON. KUSA, OKLA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1905. Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1914. Investments, 
Baldwin City, 1905-10; Graduate Student in English, The University of 
Chicago, 1910-13; Instructor in English Composition, DePauw University, 
1913-14; Zinc Smelting, Kusa, Okla., 1915-. Author, one book of Verse. 
Borne Pittsburgh, Nov. 12, 1882. Married Nellie Ruthrauff, Jan. 30, 1907. 
Children: George Albert, May 7, 1908; Ruth, Nov. 28, 1913. 

394. JOHN FRANKLIN ODOM. NEVADA, MO. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Fontana, 1904-05; Phoenix Park, Kan- 
sas City, Mo., 1905-08; City Missionary, Kansas City, Mo., 1908-09; Dis- 
trict Evangelist, Kansas City, Mo., 1909-10; Superintendent of City Church 
Extension Society, Kansas City, Mo., 1910-11; Conference Evangelist, 
Kansas City, Mo., 1911-12; Nevada, Mo., 1912-. Born Sulphur Springs, 
Ind., April 27, 1878. Married Frances Dawes, Aug. 26, 1903. Child: 
Frances Margaret, Aug. 19, 1916. Brother of 479. 

395. HOLLIE DAVIS PAYNTER. GALVA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and Principal High School, Howard, 1904-07; 
Assistant Cashier, Mound Valley State Bank, Mound Valley, 1907-10; 
Cashier, The People's State Bank, Mound Valley, 1910-16; Banker, Galva, 
1916-. Born Lawrenceburg, Ky., March 21, 1880. Married Pearl Hinsey, 
Oct. 13, 1904. 

396. ERNEST C. ROMANO. 
B.S. 

397. DON CONGER SOWERS. DAYTON, O. 

A.B. Ph.D., Columbia University, New York City, 1915. Magnetic 
Observer, Carnegie Institution, Department Terrestrial Magnetism, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Traveled in West Indies, Venezuela, Peru, Oceania, New 
Zealand, China, Chinese Turkestan, India, Egypt, Europe and U. S., 
including Alaska, 1904-10; Graduate Student in Political Science, Colum- 
bia University, New York City, 1910-12; Professor of Municipalities and 
Public Accounting, The University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 1913-16; 
Assistant Director, Dayton Bureau of Research, Dayton, O., 1916-. Lec- 
turer for Department of Education, New York City, on "Through the 
Heart of Asia," 1911. Author "Financial History of New York State 
from 1789 to 1912." Fellow of Royal Geographical Society, London, Eng- 
land. Born Spring Hill, Feb. 17, 1883. Married Helen Smith, June 29, 
1914. Child: Don Conger, Jr., May 16, 1915. Brother of Nos. 546, 831. 

398. ANNA RETA TODD, 621 W. JEFFERTON ST., FT. WAYNE, 

IND. 

A.B. Graduate Student in English, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mers, 1908, '11; Autumn, 1911. Teacher English, High School, Neodesha, 
1904-05; English, University Preparatory School, Tonkawa, Okla., 1905-11; 
Dean of Young Women, University Preparatory School, 1909-11; English, 
High School, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1912-. Member State Committee, Y. W. 
C. A., Oklahoma, 1906. Born Topeka, 111., Nov. 20, 1876. 

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399. WALTER NORMAN WILKINS. CHAPMAN. 

A.B. Teacher Rural Schools, Chapman, 1904-05; Banker, Chapman, 
1905-. Mayor, Chapman, 1911-13. Born Chapman, Dec. 22, 1878. 

400. OLA ADELE WOODS. OSWEGO. 

A.B. Teacher, Oswego Academy, Oswego, 1904-06; Assistant in 
General Office, Woods Lumber Yards, Oswego, 1904-. Born Montana, 
Aug. 6, 1880. Sister of Nos. 338, 444. 



CLASS OF 1905 

401. NATHANIEL JOHN ADAMS. TROY. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Wakarusa, 1897-98; Enterprise, 1898-00; 
Wilsey, 1900-02; At School, 1902-04; Baldwin Circuit, 1904-05; Cen- 
tropolis, 1905-06; Keats, 1906-08; Alta Vista, 1908-10; Emmett, 1910-11; 
Birmingham and Denison, 1911-13; Whiting, 1913-16; Oneida, 1916-17; 
Troy, 1917-. Born Cork, Ireland, April 3, 1867. Married Barbara Jane 
Dice, No. 319, June 7, 1905. Children: Lois Jane, Oct., 16, 1906; Helen 
Hester, Aug. 16, 1908. 

402. CELIA MARTHA ALLEN, 611 COLORADO ST., MANILA, P. I. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Pittsburgh, 1905-06; Teacher, 
Hartland, 1906; At Home, Baldwin City, 1907; Teacher Latin, High 
School, Yates Center, 1907-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Oswego, Sept. 
11, 1882. Married Archie Lowell Ryan. No. 489, June 17, 1908. Children: 
Allen Lowell, Sept. 28, 1909; Martha Marguerite, Dec. 2, 1911. 

403. CECIL ERWIN AMES, 2703 E. FIRST ST., WICHITA. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1910. D.O., Needles Insti- 
tute of Optometry, 1916. Optician, 1905-06; Teacher, Pleasanton, 1906-07; 
Superintendent Schools, White Water, 1907-09; Graduate Student, The 
University of Kansas, 1909-10; Superintendent Burns Union High School, 
Burns, 1910-12; Superintendent Schools, Augusta, 1912-14; Caldwell, 1914- 
16; Optometrist, Wichita, 1916-. Born Graham, Mo., Feb. 21, 1881. Mar- 
ried Ethel E. French, July 24, 1907. Children: William Cecil, July 8, 
1908; Sarah Frances, May 28, 1911; Robert James, May 29, 1916. 

404. ELMER DAVID AXTON. 417 W. KANSAS, PITTSBURG. 

A.B. Teller and Bookkeeper, C. M. Condon & Co., State Bank, 
Oswego, 1905-11; Assistant Secretary, The Pittsburg Mortage Invest- 
ment Co., Pittsburg, 1911-. Born Edna, Feb. 8, 1881. Married Clara 
Jane Bailey, No. 405, June 19, 1907. Child: Charles Bailey, Jan. 8, 1911. 
Brother of Nos. 666, 1025. 

405. CLARA JANE BAILEY. 417 W. KANSAS, PITTSBURG. 

A.B. Principal High School, Moran, 1905-07; Homekeeper, 1907-. 
Born Baldwin City, April 19, 1882. Married Elmer David Axton, No. 
404, June 19, 1907. Child: Charles Bailey, Jan. 8, 1911. Daughter of No. 
70. Sister of Nos. 406, 407, 408, 667. 

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406. FRED MARK BAILEY, 425 S. HICKORY, OTTAWA. 

A.B. A.M., 1911. Minister, M. E. Church, Trinity, Iola, 1905-07; 
Missionary El Oro, Mex., 1907-09; Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mex., 1909-11; 
Oswego, 1911-14; First, Ottawa, 1914-. Born Humboldt, July 1, 1879. Mar- 
ried Ethel Grace McCaughey, No. 388, June 5, 1907. Children: Dean 
Allen, Sept. 22, 1908; Yvonne Adele, June 14, 1912; Alethe Beryl, Sept. 
21, 1914. Son of No. 70. Brother of Nos. 405, 407, 408, 667. 

407. HENRY IRVING BAILEY, 89 GROVE ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

A.B.; Ped.B. Teacher, Grades, Gas City, 1905-06; Minister, M. E. 
Church, Buffalo, 1906-09; Moran, 1909-11; Altamont, 1911-13; Graduate 
Student in Theology, Boston University, 1913-16; Belchertown, Mass., 
1913-15; Brighton, Mass., 1915-16; Lowell Highlands, Mass., 1916-. Born 
Baldwin City, Jan. 12, 1886. Married Mabel D. Ogier, Feb. 17, 1907. 
Children: William Eugene, Dec. 6, 1907; Margaret Mae, July 20, 1909; 
Herbert Ogier, Dec. 18, 1910; Dorothy Maxine, April 13, 1915. Son of 
No. 70. Brother of Nos. 405, 406, 408, 667. 

408. WILLIAM ARTHUR BAILEY, 501 N. 15TH ST., KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Principal High School, Eureka, 1905-07; Teacher Physics, High 
School, Wichita, 1907-09; Principal High School, Enid, Okla., 1909-13; 
Principal High School, Leavenworth, 1913-15; Principal High School, 
Kansas City, 1915-. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Sum- 
mer, 1907; Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summers, 1913, 
'14, '15, '16. Member Phi Delta Kappa. Born Baldwin City, March 6, 
1884. Married Myrtle Thorne, Aug. 19, 1908. Child: William Thorne, 
Dec. 30, 1912. Son of No. 70. Brother of Nos. 405, 406, 407, 667. 

409. WILLIAM JAMES BETTS. HARVEYVILLE. 

Ph.B.; Ped.B. Principal Schools, Harveyville, 1905-06; Princeton, 
1906-07; Elsmore, 1907-08; Teacher English and Latin, High School, Osage 
City, 1908-10; Superintendent Schools, Scranton, 1910-11; Furniture and 
Undertaking, Harveyville, 1911-. Born New Castle, Pa., June 11, 1879. 
Married Birdie M. McPherson, Nov. 29, 1906. Children: Amelia Jeannette, 
Oct. 31, 1907; Frederick Hiram, Jan. 28, 1910; Myrtis Mable, March 29, 
1913; Cleo William, March 20, 1916. 

410. EDWIN CHANNING BLOSS. SENECA. 

B.S. Farmer, Seneca, 1905-. Born Seneca, Nov. 22, 1869. Married 
May Gilmore, Jan. 17, 1906. Children: Nellie May, Sept. 15, 1909; Edwin 
Channing, Jr., June 12, 1912. 

411. EDITH MARION BOWERS. R. F. D., OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 

A.B.; Ped. B. Teacher, High School, Pleasanton, 1905-06; Mathematics, 
High School, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1906-10; Graduate Student, University 
of California, Berkeley, Calif., Summer, 1909; Homekeeper, Oklahoma 
City, Okla., 1911-. Born Burlington, la., July 22, 1883. Married Harley E. 
Thompson, Aug. 30, 1911. Children: Mary Jeannette, Sept. 12, 1912; Har- 
riet Elizabeth, Sept. 14, 1914. Sister of No. 504. 

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412. GRACE BRIGHAM. STERLING. 

A.B. Principal High School and Teacher Latin and German, Bur- 
lingame, 1905-09; Teacher Latin and Normal Training, High School, 
Halsted, 1909-10; Homekeeper, 1910-. Born Neodesha, May 29, 1882. 
Married Charles Albert Hall, No. 464, June 10, 1910. Children: Charles 
Vincent, March 10, 1912; Helen Virginia, March 23, 1915. Sister of Nos. 
451, 617. 

413. ANNA MARIE CHURCH, 4207 PROSPECT ST, KANSAS CITY, 

MO. 

B.L. Teacher, Ottawa, 1905-06; English, High School, Arkansas City, 
1906-07; Homekeeper, Delhi, O., 1907-09; Oklahoma City, Okla, 1909-12; 
Kansas City, Mo, 1914-. Born Sabina, O, Feb. 23, 1883. Married James 
William Colley, June 10, 1907. Child: Victoria Alexandra, Aug. 3, 1909. 

414. LUELLA EDITH CLARK. 1741 N. WACO, WICHITA. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Independence, 1905-07; At Home, Baldwin City, 1907- 
08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Waterville, Feb. 9, 1880. Married Harold 
Benedict McKibbin, No. 585, Sept. 9, 1908. Child: Ralph Clark, Jan. 28, 
1914. Sister of Nos. 189, 190, 562. 

415. JESSE CARL DENIOUS. DODGE CITY. 

Ph.B. Reporter Daily Herald, Ottawa, 1905-06; Half Owner and Ed- 
itorial Work, "Erie Record," Erie, 1906-10; Editorial Writer "Wichita Bea- 
con," Wichita, 1910-11; Editor and Publisher, "Dodge City Globe," Dodge 
City, 1911-. Born Mogadore, O, July 14, 1879. Married Juliet Pettyjohn, 
June 30, 1915. 

416. ALPHA MILLS EBRIGHT. WICHITA. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Missouri, 1907. LL.B, The University 
of Kansas, 1910. Graduate Student, University of Missouri, 1905-07; Stu- 
dent, School of Law, The University of Kansas, 1909-10; Attorney, Wichita, 
1910-. Born Rodney, O, July 4, 1881. Brother of No. 280. 

417. WILMER FALKENRICH. 320 E. llTH ST, HUTCHINSON. 

A.B. Principal High School and Teacher Latin, Pratt, 1905-07; Teacher 
Latin, High School, Hutchinson, 1907-. Graduate Student in Latin, The 
University of Kansas, Summer, 1908. Born Westmoreland, Sept. 2, 1877. 
Married Grace Tibbetts, Dec. 23, 1901. Children: Francis, July 9, 1906; 
Helen, Dec. 8, 1909. 

418. ESTHER FREED. LINCOLN. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Galena, 1905-06; Teacher English, High School, Coffey- 
ville, 1906-10; Homekeeper, Lincoln, 1911-. Born St. Paul, Sept. 12, 1883. 
Married John Howell Davies, Jan. 4, 1911. Children: Louise Rachel, Dec. 
30, 1912; Dorothy Dee, Oct. 23, 1914. 

419. JESSIE EDITH FUNNELL. MONROE, WASH. 

B.L. Homekeeper, 1905-. Born Clifton, Dec. 23, 1882. Married George 
Brock Neff, No. 359, Dec. 27, 1905. Child: Gladys Marie, May 17, 1912. 

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420. SNOWDEN RAYMOND GREEN. CONCORDIA. 

B.S. Teacher Mathematics and Science, High School, Guthrie, Okla., 
1905-06; Concordia, 1906-08; Editor Daily Blade, Concordia, 1908-. Born 
Carthage, Mo., May 13, 1883. Married Gertrude W. Brown, Dec. 23, 1914. 
Brother of Nos. 521, 573, 682. 

421. JENNIE ALICE HEINSELMAN. PAOLA. 

A.B. Instructor in History, Baker University, 1905-06; Homekeeper, 
1906-. Born Kitanning, Pa., Sept. 24, 1879. Married Levi Brown Smith, 
No. 333, June 21, 1906. Children: Faye Roberta, April 17, 1907; Paul Vin- 
cent, July 12, 1909; Frances Lucile, May 13, 1912; Lawrence Reynolds, Nov. 
9, 1914. Sister of No. 422. 

422. ROBERT ELLIS HEINSELMAN, 135 MEIGS ST., ROCHESTER, 

N. Y. 

A.B. LL.B., Washburn College, 1910. Instructor in English, Baker 
University, 1905-06; Reporter Daily Journal, Salina, 1906-07; Law Student, 
Topeka, also stenographer for G. F. Grattan, Attorney for Board of Rail- 
road Commissioners, 1907-08; Law Clerk for Justice Clark A. Smith, Kansas 
Supreme Court, 1909-10; Pardon Clerk, Office of Governor W. R. Stubbs, 
1910-11; Editorial Work on Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Lawyers Co-op- 
erative Pub. Co., Rochester, N. Y., 1912-. Born Council Grove, Sept. 23, 
1883. Married Marie G. McCormick, July 27, 1910. Brother of No. 421. 

423. OTTIS CLYDE HESTWOOD. NEODESHA. 

A.B. Advertising Manager Daily Herald, Ottawa, 1905; Assistant Sec- 
retary of the United Kansas Portland Cement Co., Iola, and Iowa Portland 
Cement Co., Des Moines, Iowa, 1906-09; Gardener and Fruit Grower, 
Wichita, 1909-15; Teacher History and Economics, High School, Neodesha, 
1915-. Born Truro, la., Aug. 5, 1881. 

424. DELBERT TRIGG HULSE. KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Ph.B. LL.B., The University of Michigan, 1910. Dillenbeck School of 
Oratory, Graduate, Kansas City, Mo., 1905-06; Student School of Law, 
University of Michigan, 1906-07; Student School of Law, The University of 
Missouri, 1908-09; Student, School of Law, The University of Michigan, 
1909-10; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1910-14; Adjuster, Kansas City Rail- 
way Co., 1914-. Born Oak Grove, Mo. 

425. BLANCHE SEABROOK IMBODEN. 945 BUFFUM AVE., 

WICHITA. 

A.B. At Home, Wichita, 1905-06; Homekeeper, 1906-. Born Wichita, 
Nov. 20, 1881. Married Harry Wylbur Stanley, No. 366, Nov. 28, 1906. 
Children: Lawrence Eugene, Oct. 22, 1908; Elizabeth, April 15, 1912. Sister 
of Nos. 577, 870, 923. 

426. JAMES MURRAY KEMP. GRANT'S PASS, ORE. 

B.S. Field Manager and Assistant Department Manager, The King- 
Richardson Co., Chicago, 111., 1905-10; Real Estate Dealer, Grant's Pass, 
Ore., 1910-11; Traveling Salesman, Grant's Pass, Ore., 1911-. Born Chero- 
kee, June 1, 1883. Married Eva Howe, Nov. 6, 1907. Children: Charles 
Robert, April 15, 1912; Bernice, May 7, 1914. Son of No. 18. Brother of 
No. 304. 

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427. EDSELL BOWMAN KNEPP. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B. Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, Baker University, 1905-06; 
Assistant and Superintendent, City Light Plant, Baldwin City, 1906-09; 
Merchant, Electric Supplies, Baldwin City, 1909-. Born Hillsdale, June 23, 
1874. Brother of Nos. 157, 285. 

428, DAVID SCOTT LENTZ. WAGSTAFF. 

Ph.B. Farmer, Wagstaff, 1905- ; Postmaster, Wagstaff, 1911-. Born 
Statesville, N. C, Feb. 16, 1884. Married Beulah Rohrer, Oct. 5, 1905. 
Children: Boys, J. M., April 25, 1909; D. S., May 2, 1911; W. C, April 23, 
1914. 

428. NELLIE McCLURE. ONAGA. 

Ph.B. Assistant Principal High School and Teacher English and Latin, 
Westmoreland, 1905-08; Principal High School and Teacher Latin, Botany 
and History, Onaga, 1908-09; Teacher Latin and Botany, High School, 
Sterling, 1909-10; Principal High School, Westmoreland, 1910-11; Home- 
keeper, Onaga, 1911-. Born Jackson, O., Feb. 21, 1879. Married John Van 
Dusen, June 14, 1911. Child: John William, Nov. 5, 1913. 

430. LENA ADELLE McCONNELL. SEDAN. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Nortonville, 1905-06; Teacher Grades, 
Clifton, 1906-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Dickinson Co., Kans., Nov. 25, 
1879. Married John Wilkins Roberts, No. 364, Aug. 5, 1908. Child: Mar- 
garet Emma, Dec. 21, 1910. Sister of No. 532. 

431. ELMER PERRY MONAHAN, 80TH ST. AND WOODLAND, 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1909. M.D., The University of Kansas, 1914. Instructor 
in Biology and Taxidermy, Baker University, 1905-09; Professor of Sys- 
tematic Zoology, Baker University, 1909-10; Graduate Student in Compara- 
tive Zoology, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1910; Medical Student, 
The University of Kansas, 1910-14; Physician, Kansas University Hospital, 
Rosedale, 1914; Physician and Surgeon, Kansas City, Mo., 1915-. Born 
Darlington, Wis., June 8, 1874. 

432. EDGAR COLLINS MOORE, 405 N. CHICKASAW AVE., CLARE- 

MORE, OKLA. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Richland, 1903-04; Wakarusa and Car- 
bondale, 1904-05; Tecumseh, 1905-07; Silver Lake, 1907-08; Eureka, Utah, 
1908; Provo and Pay son, Utah, 1908-10; Liberty Park, Salt Lake City, Utah, 
1910-12; Westmoreland, 1912-15; Benedict, 1915-16; Claremore, Okla., 1916-. 
Born Admire, Sept. 27, 1877. Married Mary A. Collins, June 22, 1904. 
Child: Clyde Renwick, Dec. 10, 1906. 

433. MARSHALL MORTON MORGAN. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Book Dealer, Baldwin City, 1905-13; General Merchant, Baldwin 
City, 1913-. Born New Lexington, O., Jan. 4, 1878. Married Elsie Alice 
Warner, No. 550, June 17, 1908. Children: Calvin Warner, Dec. 2, 1910; 
J. Ross, March 16, 1916. 

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434. URANA GLENEVA PECK. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1905-14; Paola, 1914-16; Baldwin City, 
1916-. Born Woodhull, 111., June 18, 1879. 

435. ELMER AUTHOR RILEY. DELAWARE, O. 

A.B. Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1911. Fellow and Graduate 
Student in History and Economics, The University of Chicago, 1905-08; 
Assistant Professor of Commerce and Finance, The James Millikin Uni- 
versity, Decatur, 111., 1908-13; Associate Professor and Head of Department 
of Economics and Sociology, The Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, 
O., 1913-. Member The American Academy of Social and Political Science, 
The American Economic Association, The Western Economic Society. 
Author "The Development of Chicago and Vicinity as a Manufacturing 
Center." Born Stanley, Oct. 20, 1876. Brother of Nos. 289, 290, 597. 

436. HOMER PAUL SHEPHERD. 1513 TAUROME ST., KANSAS 

CITY. 

B.S. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summers, 1914, '15, 
'16. Principal Ward School, Chanute, 1905-06; Principal High School, Cha- 
nute, 1906-08; Principal High School, Aspen, Colo., 1908-09; Superintendent 
Schools, Glenwood Springs, Colo., 1909-11; Principal High School, Atchison, 
1911-16; Principal Junior High School, Kansas City, 1916-. Member Phi 
Delta Kappa. Born Vermillion, 111., Nov. 9, 1881. Married Olive Altman, 
Jan. 1, 1913. Children: Jean Allen, Jan. 16, 1914; Josephine Emily, Aug. 29, 
1915. 

437. CLARENCE CHURCHILL STEWART. 814 MO. ST., LAW- 

RENCE. 

B.S. LL.B., The University of Kansas, 1914. W 7 ith U. S. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, 1905-08; Magnetic Observer, Carnegie Institution, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1908-12; Law Student, The University of Kansas, 1912-14; 
Lawyer, Lawrence, 1914-. Member of the National Geographic Society, Phi 
Delta Phi. Born Lecompton, June 28, 1884. Married Maude Brigham, No. 
617, June 12, 1912. Child: Dorothy Marie, May 8, 1913. Brother of No. 487. 

438. GORDON BENNETT THOMPSON. 408 13TH ST., LAWRENCE. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1912. Minister, M. E. Church, Michi- 
gan Ave., Leavenworth, 1905-09; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston 
University, 1909-12; St. Marks, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1912-14; University 
Pastor, Lawrence, 1914-. Born Dodgeville, Wis., July 11, 1879. Married 
Harriet Katharine Sterling, No. 486, Sept. 2, 1908. Children: Jean Mar- 
garet, Aug. 7, 1910; Gordon Sterling, Aug. 8, 1913. 

439. ETHELYN GENEVIEVE THORNE. E. LANSING, MICH. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1905-. Born Waterville, Aug. 2, 1881. Married 
William Walter Johnston, No. 322, June 29, 1905. Children: Manfred, Dec. 
17, 1906; Henry, Dec. 13, 1908; Mary Ellen, Dec. 24, 1910. 

440. RAY LEVALLEY TORREY. TSECHOW, SZECHWAU, CHINA. 
A.B. Missionary to China, 1906. 

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441. LEE TROTTER. BALDWIN CITY. 

B.L. Cashier Jno. L. Bartlett Structural Steel Co., Kansas City, Mo., 
1905-09; Hardware and Furniture Business, Baldwin City, 1909-. Born Em- 
poria, Oct. 5, 1881. 

442. JOSEPH EMERSON WATSON. TURON. 

A.B. Teacher, 8th Grade and High School, Burlingame, 1905-06; Su- 
perintendent Schools, Overbrook, 1906-08; Lyndon, 1908-10; Clifton, 1910-11; 
Hardware Merchant, Melvern, 1911-13; Hardware Merchant, Baldwin City, 
1913-16; Superintendent Schools, Turon, 1916-. Born Fall Brook, Pa., Feb. 
4, 1876. Married Dorothy MacKenzie, Aug. 23, 1905. Children: Dorothy 
Margaret, July 19, 1906; Hazel Genevieve, Aug. 27, 1911. 

443. LILLA MAY WHITE. LECOMPTON. 

Ph.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1905-06; Teacher, Rantoul, 1906-07; 
Teacher, McLouth, 1907-08; Teacher, Baldwin City, 1908-09; Teacher Eng- 
lish, Arkansas Conference College, Siloam Springs, Ark., 1909-12; At Home, 
Baldwin City, 1912-13; Teacher English and Latin, High School, Lecomp- 
ton, 1913-. Born De Soto, la. Sister of No. 781. 

444. ERNEST EMERSON WOODS. CLAREMORE, OKLA. 

A.B. Lumber Business, Claremore, Okla., 1905-. Representative, 
Oklahoma State Legislature, 1916. Born Oswego, March 2, 1883. Married 
Lucile Kelly, No. 469, June 19, 1907. Children: Corinne, July 12, 1909; 
Wallace Kelly, Dec. 10, 1912; Margaret, March 3, 1914. Brother of Nos. 
338, 400. 



CLASS OF 1906. 

445. ORA ALLEN. CHANUTE. 

B.L. At Home, Chanute, 1906-16; Homekeeper, Chanute, 1916-. Mar- 
ried Herbert Cavaness, No. 263, Nov. 22, 1916. Sister of Nos. 373, 553. 

446. EARL CASPAR ARNOLD. MOSCOW, IDAHO. 

A.B. LL.B., Northwestern University, 1909. Student, Northwestern 
University, School of Law, Chicago, 111., 1906-09; Lawyer, Chillicothe, Mo., 
1909-10; Lawyer, Boise, Idaho, 1910-12; Assistant to the Solicitor, U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, 1912-14; Professor of Law, University of Idaho, 
Moscow, Idaho, 1914-. Member Delta Sigma Rho. Attorney Anti-Saloon 
League of Idaho, 1910. Born Iola, June 8, 1884. Married Mabel E- Weaver, 
Oct. 5, 1910. Children: Marjorie, May 12, 1914; Charles Weaver, July 29, 
1916. 

447. HARLEY ADDISON AULT. 906 REPUBLIC BLDG., KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

A.B. LL.B. Columbia University, New York City, 1910. Clerk A. T. 
& S. F. Railway Co., La Junta, Colo., 1906-07; Student Law School, Colum- 
bia University, 1909-10; Lawyer, City Counselor's Office, City Hall, Kansas 
City, Mo., 1910-13; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1913-. Born Olathe, Jan. 19, 
1884. Brother of Nos. 293, 375, 498, 788, 851. 

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448. LYNN WILLIAM BLOOM. LAKELAND, FLA. 

A.B. Advertising Solicitor, State Journal, Topeka, 1906-07; Book- 
keeper, State Journal, Topeka, 1907-09; Owner "Hasty Messenger and Ex- 
press Co.," Topeka, 1907-09; Editor and Half Owner, Daily Blade, 
Concordia, 1909-16; Editor Howey Herald, Howey, Fla., 1916; Editor Lake- 
land Morning Star (Daily), Lakeland, Fla., 1916-. Born Edna, Feb. 26, 1882. 
Married Grace Mary Beard, Jan. 9, 1908. Child: Thomas Russell, Aug. 
13, 1909. 

449. LOULA BOICOURT. CARE METHODIST MISSION, MEDAN, 

SUMATRA. 

A.B. Special Student, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass., 1906; At 
Home, Cambridge, Mass., 1906-09; Homekeeper, 1909-. Born Harvey Co., 
Kans., April 16, 1883. Married Leonard Oechsli, No. 591, April 21, 1909. 
Children: Eleanor, March 28, 1911; Phyllis Elizabeth, Nov. 23, 1914. 

450. MARTIN LUTHER BRAKEBILL. FLORENCE. 

A.B. M.D., The University of Kansas, 1912. Principal College Hill 
High School, Texarkana, Ark., 1906-07; Medical Student, Rush Medical 
College, Chicago, 111., 1907-08; Principal College Hill High School, Tex- 
arkana, Ark., 1908-09; Medical Student, The University of Kansas, 1909-12; 
Interne at Axtell Hospital, Newton, 1912-13; Physician, Florence, 1913-. 
Born Dalton, Ga., Sept. 1, 1880. 

451. MARY BRIGHAM. 3826 PROSPECT, AVE., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B.; B.M., 1912. Teacher, Grades, Hutchinson, 1906-07; Student Con- 
servatory of Music, Baker University, 1907-12; Instructor in Piano, Baker 
University, 1910-12; Teacher Voice and Piano, Kansas City, Mo., 1912-. 
Born Neodesha, Jan. 9, 1884. Sister of Nos. 412, 617- 

452. DOROTHY CHRISMAN. 710 W. 8TH ST., TOPEKA. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student in German, The University of Wisconsin, 
Summer, 1916. Teacher, Grades, Topeka, 1906-. Born Hutchinson, Sept. 
21, 1878. 

453. GILBERT STEVENS COX. MARYVILLE, MO. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1909. Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1906-09; Graduate Student in English and Philosophy, 
Boston University, 1909-10; Minister, M. E. Church, Millburg, Mass., 
1907-09; Norwood, Mass., 1909-10; Rock Port, Mo., 1910-12; Maryville, Mo., 
1912-. Born Oak Grove, Mo., Dec. 12, 1880. Married Mary Gertrude 
Schenck, No. 544, Aug. 8, 1907. Children: Borden Bowne, July 24, 1911; 
Sarah Ruth, Aug. 21, 1914. Brother of No. 9, C. 

454. OLLA WINIFRED CRAMER. 347 ACACIA ST., PASADENA, 

CALIF. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1906-07; Teacher Latin and English and 
Principal High School, Kiowa, 1907-09; Homekeeper, Pasadena, Cal., 1909- 
Born Aug. 26, 1881. Married William R. Kalb, Aug. 11, 1909. Child: Carla, 
Sept. 6, 1915. 

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455. LYLE CHARLES CUTLER. SMITH CENTRE. 

B.S. Minister, M. E. Church, Rantoul, 1906-07; Richmond, 1907; Dis- 
continued Ministry on account of health-; Merchant, Mankato, 1907-10; Min- 
ister, M. E. Church, Kirwin, 1911-13; Cawker City, 1913-15; Smith Centre, 
1915- Born Burlingame, April 12, 1881. Married Leah Harrison, March 
27, 1906* Children: Helen Ruth, April 10, 1907; Hayden Harrison, March 
27, 1910; Charles, Oct. 31, 1912. 

456. EARL DOUGLASS. AZTEC, N. MEX. 

A.B. Real Estate, Ingalls, 1906-07; Teacher Rural Schools, Ingalls, 
1907-09; Real Estate, Ingalls, 1909-12; Superintendent Schools, Aztec, N. M., 
1912-16; Superintendent County Schools, San Juan Co., N.M., 1916-. As- 
sistant to Chief Clerk, Kansas House of Representatives, 1911. Born Solo- 
mon Rapids, Jan. 5, 1882. Married Bess Martin, Oct. 4, 1914. 

457. FLORENCE ORA ELWELL. 332 CALAVERAS AVE., FRESNO, 

CALIF. 

B.L. Stenographer, Chico, Calif., 1906-09; Paradise, Calif., 1909-10; 
Palo Alto, Calif., 1910; Chicago, Calif., 1910-11; Madera, Calif., 1911; Fresno, 
Calif., 1911-15; At Home, Baldwin City, 1915-16; Stenographer, Fresno, 
Calif., 1916-. Born Milton, la., Oct. 7, 1880. Sister of No. 378. 

458. NANNIE LOUISE FISCHER. COFFEYVILLE. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1906. In- 
structor in German, Nebraska Wesleyan University, University Place, 
Neb., 1906-07; At Home, Baldwin City, 1907-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born 
Perry, March 23, 1882. Married Gilbert Munson Gander, No. 380, Nov. 25, 
1908. Child: James Gilbert, Oct. 25, 1910. 

459. SARAH WINONA FREARK. PARSONS. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1915, '16. 
Teacher History, Clay County High School, Clay Center, 1906-14; History, 
High School, Parsons, 1914- . Member American Historical Association. 
Born Corning, May 28, 1884. 

460. HALLIE FREELAND. SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. 

Ph.B. Teacher Latin, German and English, High School, Nortonville, 
1906-07; Latin, German and Mathematics, LeRoy, 1907-09; At Home, Bald- 
win City, 1909-16; San Bernardino, Calif., 1916-. Born Memphis, Mo., Oct. 7, 
1882. Sister of No. 299. 

461. EDNA ELIZABETH GANDER. BALDWIN CITY. 

B.L. Teacher English and Science, High School, Cherryvale, 1906-08; 
Homekeeper, 1908- ; Teacher English and Science, Waverly, 1909-10. Born 
Mt. Ayr, la., March 21, 1880. Married Charles Abraham Kalb, No. 468, July 
22, 1908. Child: Emma Caroline, Nov. 8, 1916. Sister of No. 380. 

462. MINNIE GARDNER. 114 E. 10TH ST., NEWTON. 

A.B. Teacher, Primary, Independence, 1906-07; English and History, 
High School, Burrton, 1907-08; Missionary, Teacher English, History and 

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Bible, Tokyo, Japan, 1908-10; At Home, Baldwin City, 1910-11; Teacher, His- 
tory and Latin, High School, Seneca, 1911-12; At Home, Baldwin City, 
1912-13; Missionary, Evangelist and Kindergarten Work, Hakodate, Japan, 
1914-15; Homekeeper, Newton, 1915-. Born Oak Valley, March 10, 1883. 
Married L. C. Foster, Oct. 14, 1915- Sister of No. 520. 

463. MARY EVELYN GOULD. BURLINGTON. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1906-. Born Greenwood Co., Kans., Dec. 12, 1882. 
Married Clyde Winfred Odom, No. 479, Oct. 17, 1906. Children: Warren 
Gould, March 8, 1910; Lewis Vincent, Aug. 30, 1912. 

464. CHARLES ALBERT HALL. STERLING- 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summer, 1915. 
Teacher History and Science, Kingman, 1906-08; Principal High School, 
Kingman, 1908-11; Superintendent Schools, Sterling, 1911-. Born Riley, 
Jan. 17, 1879. Married Grace Brigham, No. 412, June 10, 1910. Children: 
Charles Vincent, March 10, 1912; Helen Virginia, March 23, 1915. Brother 
of No. 684. 

465. WILLIAM MARION HUDSON. 303 SEMINARY ST., GREEN- 

CASTLE, IND. 

A.B. M.A., Yale University, 1910. Teacher History and English, High 
School, Clinton, la., 1906-07; Instructor English Literature, DePauw Uni- 
versity, Greencastle, Ind., 1907-09; Graduate Student in Political Economy 
and Sociology, Yale University, 1909-10; Acting Professor Political Econ- 
omy and Sociology, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, la., 1910-11; Graduate 
Student in Political Economy and Sociology, Yale University, 1911-12; 
Instructor, 1912-14, and Assistant Professor, 1914-16, Political and Social 
Science, Clark College, Worcester, Mass.; Professor of Sociology, DePauw 
University, Greencastle, Ind., 1916-. Born Kansas City, Sept. 8, 1881. Mar- 
ried Hortense Imboden, No. 577, Sept. 5, 1911. 

466. PHOEBE JAMES. RANGOON, BURMA, INDIA. 

Ph.B. Missionary and Teacher Girls' School, Rangoon, Burma, India, 
1906-. 

467. GUY TRACY JUSTIS. DENVER, COLO- 

A.B. Principal High School, Nortonville, 1906-08; General Secretary, 
Topeka Provident Association, Topeka, 1908-12; Graduate Student in Soci- 
ology, The University of Chicago, 1912-13; Student and Graduate, The Chi- 
cago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1912-13; General Secretary of 
Associated Charities, Erie, Pa., 1913-15; Executive Secretary of the Social 
Service Federation, Erie, Pa., 1915-16; General Secretary of the Denver 
Federation for Charity and Philanthropy, Denver, Colo., 1916-. Born Hol- 
lenberg, Sept. 3, 1878. Married Amy Reynolds, Aug. 15, 1908. Children: 
Guy, Jr., Dec. 27, 1911; Beth, Dec. 10, 1913; Wayne, June 12, 1915. 

468. CHARLES ABRAHAM KALB. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools and Teacher Mathematics and Latin, 
Oketo, 1906-07; Same, Mound Valley, 1907-09; Same, Waverly, 1909-11; 

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Owner and Manager, The Baldwin Steam Laundry, Baldwin City, 1911-. 
Born Lenexa, Sept. 5, 1877. Married Edna Elizabeth Gander, No. 461, July 
22, 1908. Child: Emma Caroline, Nov. 8, 1916. 

469. LUCILE KELLY. CLAREMORE, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher, Independence, 1906-07; Homekeeper, 1907-. Born Milo, 
la., April 15, 1883. Married Ernest Emerson Woods, No. 444, June 19, 1907. 
Children: Corinne, July 12, 1909; Wallace Kelly, Dec. 10, 1912; Margaret, 
March 3, 1914. Sister of No. 636. 

470. CLASSIE PEARL KINZER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Clerk, Post Office, Baldwin City, 1906-. Born Chetopa, Aug. 28, 
1883. Sister of Nos. 471, 749. 

471. HELEN KINZER. HUTCHINSON. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Baldwin City, 1906-07; Teacher 
Latin, High School, Burrton, 1907-10; Homekeeper, Hutchinson, 1910-. Born 
Sedgwick, Feb. 16, 1885. Married Homer Hess, June 15, 1910. Sister of 
Nos- 470, 749. 

472. PEARL CAROLYN LATHEN. 2414 OLIVE ST., KANSAS CITY, 

MO. 

Ph.B. At Home, Edgerton, 1906-08; Teacher Latin and German, High 
School, Burden, 1908-10; Homekeeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1910-. Born Edg- 
erton, Nov. 23, 1885. Married Emmet Blaine Bowman, Sept. 28, 1910. 
Child: Margaret Lathen, Dec. 8, 1915. 

473. RACHEL LOCKE. 1523 BELMONT, PARSONS. 

A.B. Supply Teacher, Topeka, 1906; Graduate Student in German, 
Gottingen, Germany, and Paris, France, 1910-11; Teacher German and 
French, High School, Parsons, 1911-. Born Centralia. 

474. *JOHN EDWARD LOUGH. 

A.B. Newspaper Work, Coffeyville, 1906-07; Superintendent Schools, 
Purdy, Mo., 1907-09; Vancouver, B. C, for health, 1909. Born Thayer, Aug. 
22, 1884. Died Nov. 21, 1909, burial at Chetopa. 

475. HARRIET GERTRUDE MAXWELL. HOUSTON HEIGHTS, 

TEX. 

B.S. Homekeeper, 1906-; Houston, Tex., 1909-11; Pitkin, Ark., 1911-16; 
Houston Heights, Tex., 1916-. Born Mt. Hope, Mo., July 27, 1878. Married 
William Butler Keeling, No. 303, Aug. 26, 1906. Child: Richard, Sept. 10, 
1907. 

476. AMY IRENE M'INTIRE. TRUAX, SASKATCHEWAN, CAN- 

ADA. 

A.B. Teacher History and English, High School, Cheney, 1908-10; 
Teacher, Village School, Truax, Can., 1915-16; Homekeeper, Longton, 
1906-07; Cheney, 1907-11; Chicago, 111., i911-12; Truax, Can., 1912-. Born 
Marysville, Jan. 24, 1879. Married Charles Albert Mahin, Aug. 29, 1906. 
Children: Charles Boyd, Jan. 13, 1908; Amy Ruth, March 6, 1911; Francis 
Melvin, March 20, 1914. 

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477. FRANK IVAN NEWHOUSE. 1105 N. 14TH ST., BOISE, IDA. 

Ph.B. Cashier, Altamont State Bank, Altamont, 1906-11; Vice-Presi- 
dent, The Central Savings Bank & Trust Co., Denver, Colo., 1911-15; Bank- 
ing and Loans, Boise, Ida., 1915-. Born Colfax, la., April 5, 1885. Married 
Le Vetra Scholfield, Aug. 9, 1906. Children: Charles M., July 24, 1907; 
Dean, April 21, 1909; Pauline, Aug. 13, 1911. 

478. VERNON THOMAS NICHOLSON. SPRING HILL. 

Ph.B. Farmer, Spring Hill, 1906-; Automobile Dealer, 1915-. Born 
Spring Hill, Oct. 12, 1884. Married Bernice Burton, No. 510, July 31, 1907, 
(died Oct. 3, 1908). Married Wilma Robinson, July 29, 1911. Children: 
Bonnidell, Sept. 13, 1908; Wallace Vernon, April 17, 1915. 



479. CLYDE WINFRED ODOM. BURLINGTON. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Altamont, 1906-09; Caney, 1909-12; 
Cherryvale, 1912-15; Fredonia, 1915-17; Burlington, 1917-. Born New Castle, 
Ind., June 23, 1876. Married Mary Evelyn Gould, No. 463, Oct. 17, 1906. 
Children: Warren Gould, March 8, 1910; Lewis Vincent, Aug. 30, 1912. 
Brother of 394. 



480. CHARLES FREDERICK PETER. RANDOLPH. 

Ph.B. Farmer, Randolph, 1906-. Born Randolph, March 2, 1881. Mar- 
ried Esther Amy Lindstrom, April 17, 1907. Child: Ralph William, Aug. 
13, 1910. 



481. FREDERICK WILLIAMS PIERCE. STATE COLLEGE, PA. 

Ph.B. Ph.D., Yale University, 1909. Graduate Student in German 
Language and Literature, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1906-09; 
Teacher of German and English, High School, New Haven, Conn., 1908; 
Teacher German and English, Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass., 
1909-10; Teacher German and Latin, Cheshire School, Cheshire, Conn., 
1910-14; Instructor in German, The Pennsylvania State College, State Col- 
lege, Pa., 1914-15; Assistant Professor, The Pennsylvania State College, 
1915-. Member New England Modern Language Association. Born Pea- 
body, Aug. 1, 1873. Married Mrs. Jennie Willard Bailey, Dec. 24, 1910. 



482. LEROY TROPHIMUS RESER. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B.; A.M., 1909. Instructor in Biology, Baker University, 1906-09; 
Professor Botany, Baker University, 1909-. Born Pierce City, Mo., Oct. 31, 
1875. Married Henrietta Andrews, June 29, 1906. Children: Paul Warren, 
Feb. 2, 1909; Dorothy Andrews, Jan. 8, 1910; Wayne Allan, Oct. 4, 1913. 



483. MARY BRUCE ROSEBERRY. 2407 E. 3lST ST, KANSAS CITY, 
MO. 

Ph.B. Teacher, High School, Sabetha, 1906-07; At Home, Kansas City, 
Mo, 1907-08; Principal High School, Erie, 1909-10; At Home, Kansas City, 
Mo, 1910-. Born Kansas City, Mo, May 1, 1883. Sister of No. 1005. 

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484. ARCHIE LOWELL RYAN. 611 COLORADO ST., MANILA, P. I. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1913. Instructor in English and Gen- 
eral Secretary Y. M. C. A., Baker University, 1906-07; Minister, M. E. 
Church, Le Hunt, 1908-10; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston Univer- 
sity, 1910-14; Methuen, Mass., 1910-12; South Baintree, Mass., 1912-14; 
Graduate Student in Theology and Sociology, Boston University, 1913-14; 
Director of Sunday School Work and Editor Sunday School Literature, 
Philippine Islands, 1914- ; Professor Religion, Psychology and Pedagogy, 
Union Theological Seminary, Manila, P. I., 1915-. Born Clay Center, April 
15, 1881. Married Celia Martha Allen, No. 402, June 17, 1908. Children: 
Allen Lowell, Sept. 28, 1909; Martha Marguerite, Dec. 2, 1911. 

485. JOHN PRENTICE SCHOLFIELD. ALTAMONT. 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Chanute, 1906-07. Gospel Singer, 1907-. Born 
Beulah, July 17, 1882. 

486. HARRIET KATHERINE STERLING. 408 13TH ST., LAW- 

RENCE. 

B.L. Principal High School and Teacher English and German, Burns, 
1906-07; Principal High School and Teacher English and Latin, Oskaloosa, 
1907-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Peabody, Jan. 3, 1883. Married Gordon 
Bennett Thompson, No. 438, Sept. 2, 1908. Children: Jean Margaret, Aug. 
7, 1910; Gordon Sterling, Aug. 8, 1913. 

487. DOSSIE MAY STEWART. BALDWIN CITY. 

Ph.B. Assistant Cashier, Baldwin State Bank, Baldwin City, 1906-08; 
Manager Baldwin Gas Co., Baldwin City, 1908-14; At home, Baldwin City, 
1914-. Born Meriden, Nov. 2, 1881. Sister of No. 437. 

488. MARY ELLEN TULLEY. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 
B.L. Married Mr. Straub, 1910. 

489. SAMUEL EVERETT URNER. OXFORD, O. 

Ph.B. Ph.D., Harvard University, 1911. Teacher Mathematics, Mont- 
gomery County High School, Independence, 1906-08; Graduate Student in 
Mathematics, Harvard University, 1908-10; Instructor in Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., 1910-11; Assistant Professsor of 
Mathematics, Miami University, Oxford, O., 1911-. Secretary of the Execu- 
tive Committee; Miami University, 1915-16. Registrar, Miami University, 
1916- Member American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Association 
of America. Born Mitchell, Ind., July 29, 1887. Married Margaret Tulley, 
Sept. 16, 1908. Children: William Tulley, Jan. 17, 1910; Robert Samuel, 
March 19, 1914; Mark Edward, Feb. 4, 1916. Brother of No. 956. 

490. MARY EVA VAN PETTEN. WAKARUSA. 

A.B. At Home, Burlingame and Topeka, 1906-11; Homekeeper, Bur- 
lingame, 1911-13; Wakarusa, 1913-. Born Burlingame, Aug. 18, 1881. Mar- 
ried Harold Llewellyn Snoddy, Nov. 28, 1911. Children: Harold Van Pet- 
ten, Dec 3, 1913; Mary Jane, Nov. 5, 1916. 

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491. WALTER CLARENCE WALKER. 800 VICTOR BLDG., KAN- 

SAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. LL.B., Harvard University, 1909. Student Law School, Harvard 
University, 1906-09; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1909-. Born Winchester, 
July 26, 1881. Married Gertrude Graham, June 20, 1912. Child: Rachel 
Livingston, Aug. 6, 1913. 

492. WILLIAM RALPH WARD. CENTRALIA. 

A.B. Principal English School, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mex., 1906-07; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, and Pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, Francestown, N. H., 1907-09; Principal High School, Plain- 
ville, Mass., 1909-11; Pastor, Topsfield, Mass., and Graduate Student in Bos- 
ton University, 1911-12; M. E. Minister, Pleasant Hill, Mo., 1912-14; Mt. 
Washington, Mo., 1914-15; Westmoreland, 1915-17; Centralia, 1917-. Born 
Moundville, Mo., Jan. 9, 1884. Married Janie Johnston, No. 527, July 30, 
1907. Children: William Ralph, Jr., Oct. 16, 1908; Janie Elizabeth, Oct. 15, 
1910; Robert Johnston, Sept. 16, 1913; Samuel Borden, April 3, 1915. 

493. ROY MARTIN WINGER. EUGENE, ORE. 

A.B. Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. Teacher Mathematics, 
High School, Newton, 1906-07; Principal High School and Teacher Mathe- 
matics, Holton, 1907-08; Graduate Student in Mathematics, Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, Md., 1908-12; Instructor in Mathematics, The Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 111.; 1912-13; Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 
The University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore., 1913-16; Professor of Mathemat- 
ics, the same, 1916-; Instructor in Mathematics, The University of Califor- 
nia, Summer, 1916. University Scholar, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-10; 
Fellow in Mathematics, the same, 1911-12. Member Phi Beta Kappa, Amer- 
ican Mathematical Society. Author technical papers in Mathematical Jour- 
nals. Born McCune, Oct. 10, 1885. Married Alice McDonald, June 12, 1915. 
Child: Margaret, Aug. 17, 1916. Brother of Nos. 551, 960. 



494. *CHARLES FISHER WOODYARD. 

A.B. LL.B., Cornell University, 1910. Employee U. S. Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey, Baldwin City, 1906-07; Law Student, Cornell University, 
Ithaca, N. Y., 1907-10; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1911; Director, U. S. 
Government Magnetic Station, Vieques, P. R., 1912. Born Labette Co., 
Kans., Jan. 1, 1885. Married Hope Talbot, Dec. 25, 1907. Died Dec. 31, 
1912, burial at Baldwin City. Child: Nellie Margaret, Sept. 28, 1908. 
Brother of No. 278. 



495. ETHEL MAY WORK. 10419 INDEPENDENCE AVE., MT. 
WASHINGTON, MO. 

Ph.B. Principal High School, Morenci, Ariz., 1906-07; Homekeeper, 
Solomonville, Ariz., 1907-08; San Jose, Ariz., 1908-09; Bisbee, Ariz., 1909-10; 
Ottawa, 1910-13; Kansas City, Mo., 1913-. Principal Mexican School, San 
Jose, Ariz., 1908-09; Teacher, Bisbee, Ariz., 1909-10; Student Scarritt Bible 
and Training School, Kansas City, Mo., 1916. Born Hiawatha, Dec. 30, 
1879. Married Allan F. Malone, May 7, 1907. Children: Laura Lizzette, 
July 14, 1908; Foster Hill, Jan. 11, 1911. 

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CLASS OF 1907. 

496. CHARLES EMMORS ALLDERDICE. COLDWATER. 

B. S. Merchant, Coldwater, 1907-. Born Kiowa Co., Kans., Sept. 20, 
1884. Married Burdee Rucker, June 2, 1909. Children: Charles Emmors, 
Jr., Aug. 26, 1910; Elizabeth M., April 23, 1913. Brother of Nos. 730, 785, 
961. 

497. SPENCER BUTLER APPLE. 120 N. CHELSEA, KANSAS CITY, 

MO. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Baxter Springs, 1907-08; Teacher His- 
tory, Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1908-13; Head 
of History Department, Northeast High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1913-. 
City Salesman, Laning Harris Coal Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1909-11; Manager 
Western Hay & Commission Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1911-13; Manager and 
Treasurer, Apple Bros. Hay Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1915-; Manager S. B. 
Apple & Co. Hay Co., Kansas City Mo., 1915-; Manager S. B. Apple & Co. 
Hay Co., Baxter Springs, 1914-. Born Neutral, April 18, 1882. Married 
Edith Kurtz, Dec. 25, 1907. Children: Miriam, Feb. 23, 1910; Spencer B., 
June 11, 1912. 

498. WARREN ORTMAN AULT. 25 KINROSS RD., BOSTON, MASS. 

A.B. B.A., Oxford University, England, 1910. Rhodes Scholar at Ox- 
ford University, Oxford, England, 1907-10; Assistant in History, Baker 
University, 1910-11; Fellow in History, Yale University, 1911-13; Instructor 
in History, Boston University, 1913-. Born Lenexa, Jan. 8, 1887. Brother 
of Nos. 293, 375, 447, 788, 851. 

499. JULIA MABEL BEARD. 774 N. 32D ST., KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Eudora, 1907-09; 
Teacher Latin and Physical Geography, High School, Lawrence, 1909-10; 
Homekeeper, Fowler, Colo., 1910-11; Kansas City, 1911-16; Lubbock, Tex., 
1916-. Born Maysville, Mo., Sept. 30, 1884. Married Arthur F. Hall, June 
7, 1910. Sister of No. 853. 

500. FRED BERNARD BENSON. TALMAGE. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1909. Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1907-09; Minister, M. E. Church, Lunenburg, Mass., 
1907-09; Everest, 1909-11; Bonner Springs, 1911-13; Grace, Kansas City, 
1913-16; Talmage, 1916-. Born Helsingburg, Sweden, Nov. 16, 1878. Married 
Ethel L. Mann, Aug. 28, 1907. Children: Fred Bernard, Jr., Oct. 3, 1909; 
Paul Herrick, April 19, 1911; Eugene A., Oct. 13, 1913; Lucile, Nov. 17, 1916. 

501. ABRAHAM ENGLE BERT. R. F. D. NO. 1, DETROIT. 

B.S. Field Manager in Central Illinois, King-Richardson Co., 1907-11; 
Division Manager, W. E. Richardson Co., San Francisco, Calif., 1911-13; 
Farmer, Detroit, 1913-. Born Detroit, Sept. 15, 1880. Married Ada Nattier, 
No. 589, Oct. 6, 1909. Child: Dorothy Mae, July 1, 1913. 

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502. GEORGE MALLALIEU BOICOURT. PLEASANTON. 

A. B. S. T. B., Boston University, 1914. Minister, M. E. Church, New 
Lancaster, 1907-09; Redfield, 1909-11; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston 
University, 1911-14; Pleasanton, 1914-. Born Gaylord, May 5, 1884. Mar- 
ried Nellie L. Mann, Aug. 15, 1907. Children: Marjorie Louise, July 28, 
1908; Maurice Merton, Oct. 8, 1910. 

503. IDA LOIS BOOTH. BARCLAY. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1915. Teacher English, High 
School, Reading, 1907-08; Buffalo, 1914-15; At Home, Barclay, 1915-. Grad- 
uate Student in English, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1908, '09, '11. 
Born Barclay, Oct. 13, 1876. 

504. MELVILLE M. BOWERS. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 

A.B. Assistant Principal and Teacher Science, High School, Troy, 
1907-08; Traveling Salesman, Lumber, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1908; Gradu- 
ate Student in Business Administration, Harvard University, 1908-09; State 
Manager Hartford Life Insurance Co., for Oklahoma and Arkansas, Okla- 
homa City, Okla., 1910-14; President Gentry-Bowers Lumber Co., Oklahoma 
City, Okla., 1914-. Born Burlington, la., May 10, 1887. Married Ethel 
King, Nov. 7, 1910. Brother of No. 411. 

505. FRANK BAKER BRISTOW. SALINA. 

A.B. B.C.L., Oxford University, England, 1913. Newspaper business, 
Salina, 1907-10; Rhodes Scholar, Oxford, England, 1910-13; Lawyer, Salina, 
1914-. Born Baldwin City, Dec. 13, 1885. Son of No. 58. 



506. *ELLIS STEWART BROWN. 

A.B. Born Lyndon, Feb. 7, 1882. Died June 12, 1907, burial at Baldwin 
City. 

507. ELMER LE GRANDE BROWN. PERRY. 

B.L. Dairy and Stock Farmer, Perry, 1907-. Born Perry, July 22, 1883. 
Married Margaret Delle Wilson, Sept. 2, 1908. Children: Helen Ilene, Oct. 
23, 1909; Hazel Margaret, July 22, 1911; Berna Gladys, Nov. 6, 1913. 

508. *FRANK ARTHUR BROWN. 

Ph.B. Teacher English, Mission School, Pachuca, Mex., 1907. Born 
Waterville, Nov. 19, 1882. Died Aug. 30, 1907, burial at Pachuca, Mex. 

509. DE KALB BURNHAM. SELMA, CALIF. 

Ph.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Carthage Circuit, Carthage, Mo., 
1900-01; Jasper and Mt. Moriah, Mo., 1901; Argentine, 1907-08; El Centro, 
Calif., 1908-10; Parlier, Calif., 1910-12; Lampoc, Calif., 1912-15; Selma, Calif., 
1915-. Born Joplin, Mo., Sept. 29, 1870. Married Anne E. Benner, April 27, 
1899. Children: Mary, April 2, 1904; Paul Ward, Dec. 11, 1905. 

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510. *BERNICE BURTON. 

B.L. Homekeeper, 1907-08. Born Vliets, Dec. 14, 1882. Married Ver- 
non Thomas Nicholson, No. 478, July 31, 1907. Died Oct. 3, 1908, burial at 
Spring Hill. Child: Bonnidell, Sept. 13, 1908. 

511. ANNA MARY COOK. AUGUSTA. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student in German, The University of Kansas, Sum- 
mer, 1912. Teacher Latin and Assistant Principal High School, Oswego, 
1907-12; Teacher German and History, High School, Peabody, 1912-16; 
Teacher Latin and German, High School, Augusta, 1916-. Member The 
Classical Association of the Middle West and South, the Classical Associa- 
tion of Kansas and Western Missouri. Born Oswego, Feb. 5, 1882. 

512. MAUD AGNES COVALT. 2715 BROOKLYN AVE., KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

Ph.B. R.N., 1916. Principal High School, Kincaid, 1907-08; Teacher 
Latin, High School, Parsons, 1908-09; At Home, San Jose, Calif., 1909-11; 
Wichita, 1911-12; Mound Valley, 1912-13; Student Nurse Training, St. 
Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., 1913-16; Registered Nurse, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1916-. Born Oswego, April 21, 1884. 

513. EDWARD MARION DANIELS, 2311 N. 5TH ST., KANSAS 

CITY. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Bonner Springs, 1907-11; Blue Rapids, 
1911-14; Mt. Pleasant, Kansas City, 1914-. Born Phillippi, W. Va., July 9, 
1870. Married Nettie Mason, Dec. 23, 1893. 

514. FLORENCE MAY DIXON. 726 GREELEY AVE, KANSAS 

CITY. 

Ph.B. Teacher, Seventh Grade, Abbott School, Kansas City, 1907-08; 
Principal Cooper School, Kansas City, 1908-11; Principal Abbott School, 
Kansas City, 1911-. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1916. Born Kappa, 111, Oct. 29, 1876. Sister of No. 743. 



515. EDWARD ALVAH DURHAM. 14 MULBERRY ST, NASHUA, 

N. H. 

A.B. S.T.B, Boston University, 1909. Minister, M. E. Church, Dun- 
lap, 1897-01; Hamilton, 1901-03; Hall's Summit, 1903-05; Mont Ida, 1905-07; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1907-09; Lebanon, N. H, 
1909-12; Tilton, N. H, 1912-16; Main St, Nashua, 1916-. Chaplain N. H. 
State Legislature, 1915-16. Born Casey, 111, Aug. 4, 1872. Married Elma 
A. Corning, June 12, 1895. Child: Hobart Noble, Oct. 30, 1901. 

516. WILMA MOORE EDWARDS. 344 CHESTER, TOPEKA. 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Topeka, 1907-10; Homekeeper, Canton, 1911-12; 
Topeka, 1912-. Born Girard, Dec. 18, 1884. Married Morgan Washburn, 
Feb. 22, 1911. Children: Virginia, Jan. 2, 1912; Edward, Dec. 18, 1913; John 
Jay, Dec. 20, 1915. 

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517. MABEL GRACE FEELEY. HOXIE. 

B.L. Principal High School, Clyde, 1907-09; Teacher English, High 
School, St. John, 1909-10; Teacher English, High School, Mankato, 1910-11; 
Oberlin, 1911-12; Principal Schools, Jennings, 1913-14; Teacher English, 
Sheridan County High School, Hoxie, 1914-. Born Ashland, Neb., June 29, 
1881. 

518. JOSEPHINE FLORENCE FRAZIER. BURLINGTON. 

Ph.B. Teacher, 4th Grade, Mound Valley, 1907-08; English, High 
School, Cherryvale, 1908-09; Principal, Bern, 1909-10; Principal and Teacher 
Latin and English, Kiowa, 1910-12; Graduate Student, The University of 
Chicago, 1912-13; Teacher English, High School, Montrose, Colo., 1913-14; 
Latin, High School, Arkansas City, 1914-16; At Home, Burlington, 1916-. 
Born Michigantown, Ind. Sister of No. 519. 

519. JUNIA SARAH FRAZIER. WRAY, COLO. 

Ph. B. Principal High School, La Cygne, 1907-09; Teacher Latin, High 
School, Colby, 1909-10; Teacher German and Latin, High School, Wray, 
Colo., 1910-15; Teacher German and Latin, High School, Longmont, Colo., 
1915-16; Homekeeper, Wray, Colo., 1916-. Born Burlington, March 5, 1882. 
Married William Pyle, Oct. 11, 1916. Sister of No. 518. 

520. HATTIE MAY GARDNER. WINFIELD. 

Ph.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1907-08; Teacher, Burrton, 1908-09; 
Teacher, Lyndon, 1909-10; At Home, Baldwin City, 1910-11; Homekeeper, 
1911-. Born Oak Valley, Dec. 6, 1886. Married Everett Kin Foster, No. 
571, Oct. 27, 1911. Child: Mark Gardner, March 17, 1914. 

521. WILLIAM DAVID GREEN. WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

Ph.B. In employ of Baker University Expedition to Western States 
for Museum, 1907-08; Fire Insurance and Mortgage Loan Agent, Hutchin- 
son, 1908-10; Broker, Mortgage Loans and Fire Insurance, Grain Exchange, 
Winnipeg, Can., 1910-. Born Fulton, Jan. 12, 1885. Married Edna Belle 
Pearce, No. 651, Jan. 14, 1914. Children: Ferris Jane, Nov. 23, 1914; Wil- 
liam David, Jr., May 9, 1916. Brother of Nos. 420, 573, 682. 

522. FOSTER MERRILL HEATON. 2824 E. 6TH ST., KANSAS CITY, 

MO. 

A.B. D.D.S., Kansas City Dental College, 1915. Teacher Science, High 
School, Leavenworth, 1907-09; Secretary Y. M. C. A., Wichita, 1909-10; Prin- 
cipal High School, Concordia, 1910-12; Student Kansas City Dental College, 
1912-15; Dentist, Kansas City, Mo., 1915-. Born Sterling, April 26, 1880. 
Married Maude Leavitt, Dec. 25, 1907. Children: Robert Leavitt, Oct. 13, 
1908; Donald George, March 29, 1910. Brother of No. 987. 

523. JOHN EDGAR BYERS HEFFELFINGER. ARKANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Wisconsin, Summer, 1914, 
'16. Assistant Principal and Teacher Latin, Chase County High School, 
Cottonwood Falls, 1907-09; Principal High School, El Dorado, 1909-12; 
Superintendent Schools, El Dorado, 1912-15; Superintendent Schools, Ar- 
kansas City, 1915-. Member N. E. A. Vice-President Kansas State Teach- 

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ers' Association, 1912. President Southern Kansas Teachers' Association, 
1916. Born Newburg, Pa., July 25, 1882. Married Lucile Williams Par- 
menter, No. 593, Oct. 29, 1908. Child: Elizabeth Lucile, Jan. 7, 1912. 

524. ANNA HOCH. 1310 MAIN ST., PARSONS. 

A.B. At Home, Topeka, 1907-09; Homekeeper, 1909-. Member "Soci- 
ety of Sponsors, U. S. Navy." Born Marion, Aug. 8, 1884. Married James 
Winfred Reid, No. 361, Jan. 1, 1909. Children: Edward Hoch, Sept. 27, 
1910; James Richard, May 1, 1914. Sister of Nos. 321, 867. 

525. CHARLES ABNER HOWARD. COQUILLE, ORE. 

Ph.B. Teacher Mathematics and Science, Klamath County High 
School, Klamath Falls, Ore., 1907-08; Teacher History, same, 1908-10; As- 
sistant Principal, same, 1910-11; Superintendent Schools, Coquille, Ore., 
1911-. Graduate Student in Education, Oregon University, Summers, 1910-. 
16. Graduate Student in Education, The University of California, Sum- 
mer, 1915. Born Eureka, Feb. 17, 1881. Married Cora De Fontaigne Shaw, 
Aug. 11, 1909. 

526. JAMES HENRY INMAN. FARMINGTON, ILL. 

Ph.B. B.S. in Ed., The University of Missouri, 1913. Prohibition 
Party Organizer, Passaic, N. J., 1907-08; Salesman, Passaic, N. J., 1908-10; 
Teacher, High School, Adrian, Mo., 1910-11; Superintendent Schools, Hume, 
Mo., 1911-13; Superintendent Schools, Schell City, Mo., 1913-16; Superin- 
tendent Schools, Farmington, 111., 1916-. Born Adrian, Mo., June 22, 1881. 
Married Ethel Grant, Aug. 23, 1911. Child: Walter Grant, June 5, 1912. 



527. JANIE JOHNSTON. CENTRALIA. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1907-. Married William Ralph Ward, No. 492, July 
30, 1907. Children: William Ralph, Jr., Oct. 16, 1908; Janie Elizabeth, Oct. 
15, 1910; Robert Johnston, Sept. 16, 1913; Samuel Borden, April 3, 1915. 

528. MAUDE KILBORN. CHANUTE. 

A.B. Teacher, Iola, 1907-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Fort Scott, 
March 22, 1877. Married William John Williams, No. 608, Aug. 18, 1909. 
Children: Mary Margaret, June 13, 1911; Marion Louise, March 20, 1915. 

529. WILLIAM CHESTER LEASURE. HUTCHINSON. 
B.S. 

530. WILLIAM HORACE LODGE, Care FLINT LUMBER CO., 

FLINT, MICH. 

B.S. Principal Mt. Park High School, Mt. Park, Okla., 1907-08; Prin- 
cipal High School, Leoti, 1908-09; Manager Long-Bell Lumber Co., Fair- 
view, Okla., 1909-15; With Flint Lumber Co., Flint, Mich., 1915-. Born 
Erie, Jan. 23, 1881. Married Mamie Knowlton, Sept. 29, 1909. Children: 
Julian Horace, Aug. 20, 1910; Arthur Knowlton, Aug. 10, 1913. 

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531. *ARTHUR GARFIELD MALL. 

B.S. B.S., The University of Kansas, 1910. Graduate Student in 
Chemistry, The University of Kansas, 1907-10; Assistant Teacher in Chem- 
istry, The University of Kansas, 1909-10; Clerk in Drug Store, Lawrence, 
1910-11. Born Center, July 7, 1880. Died Nov. 19, 1911, burial at Clay 
Center. 



532. MARGARET McCONNELL, 806 N. JEFFERSON, WELLING- 
TON. 

A.B. Teacher, Greenleaf, 1907-08; Clifton, 1908-09; Downs, 1909-10; 
Lyndon, 1910-14; Homekeeper, Lyndon, 1914-15; Wellington, 1915-. Born 
Holland, Aug. 29, 1881. Married John W. Mavity, June 16, 1914. Child: 
Lucile Pearl, Nov. 25, 1915. Sister of No. 430. 



533. STELLA McDANIEL. 605 6TH ST., PHOENIX, ARIZ. 

B.L. Teacher Grades, Phoenix, Ariz., 1909-. Born Lane, Nov. 11, 
1885. Sister of No. 307. 



534. MABEL MERRYMAN. KINGSTON, MO. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Teacher Latin and 
English, High School, Minneapolis, 1907-10; English, High School, Grass 
Valley, Calif., 1910-11; Latin and German, High School, Hamilton, Mo., 
1911-14; Latin and German, High School, Marysville, Mo., 1914-15; With 
Edison Phonograph Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1915-16; Teacher Latin and 
German, High School, Kingston, Mo., 1916-. Graduate Student in English 
and Latin, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1908, '12, '13, '16. Born 
Hamilton, Mo., April 26, 1880. 



535. JESSE HOWARD MOORE. OKETO. 

Ph.B. Banker, Oketo, 1907-. Born Oketo, Aug. 20, 1884. Married 
Margaret Betzer, No. 558, Nov. 30, 1911. 



536. ALBERT ARTHUR NATTIER. FREDONIA. 

Ph.B. Furniture Dealer, Neodesha, 1907-11; City Treasurer, Neodesha, 
1910-13; Probate Judge, Wilson Co., Fredonia, 1913-. Born Neodesha, 
Nov. 14, 1885. Married Effie Maye Dennis, June 26, 1907. Children: Al- 
bertine Louise, June 11, 1908; Josephine Maye, July 31, 1909; Margaurite 
Lucretia, Nov. 25, 1910; Blanche Lillian, June 27, 1913. Brother of No. 
589. 



537. VESTA POWELL, 4432 WASHINGTON AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO. 

A.B. Certificates from Spalding's Commercial College, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1911, and from Gregg School, Chicago, 1915. Teacher Grades and 
Mathematics, High School, Whitewater, 1907-08; English and Science, High 
School, Lee's Summit, Mo., 1908-09; Commercial Branches, High School, 
Newton, 1910-12; Commercial Branches, High School, Wichita, 1912-15; 
Commercial Branches, Grover Cleveland High School, St. Louis, Mo., 1915-. 
Born Lee's Summit, Mo., Aug. 3, 1884. 

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538. ELSIE MAY POWER. JEROME, IDA. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student in History and Sociology, The University 
of Kansas, Summer, 1915. Teacher Latin and Mathematics, High School, 
Baldwin City, 1907-09; High School, Marysville, 1909-10; Mathematics and 
Normal Training, High School, Osborne, 1910-16, and Principal same High 
School, 1912-16; High School, Jerome, Ida., 1916-. Member Kansas As- 
sociation of Mathematics Teachers. Born Labette Co., Kansas, Oct. 5, 
1884. Sister of Nos. 768, 769. 

539. ROY RALPH REPPERT. MANHATTAN. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Richland, 1907-08; Missionary and 
Teacher in Boy's High School, Seoul, Korea, 1908-14; Student K. S. A. C, 
1914-. Born Valley Falls, 1881. Married Nellie B. Morgan, Apr. 24, 1908. 
Children: Homer Harris, Mar. 6, 1911; Benjamin Alan, Mar. 21, 1914; Frank 
Lawrence, Aug. 15, 1915. 

540. MARY AMELIA RICHMOND. CAWNPORE, INDIA. 

Ph.B. Graduate Chicago Training School for Missions, 1909. Grad- 
uate Student, Northwestern University, 1916. Teacher, Toronto, 1907-08; 
Student Deaconess Training School, Chicago, 111., 1908-09; Missionary, 
Cawnpore, India, 1909-15; Home on Furlough, 1915-16. Born Toronto, 
Aug. 15, 1882. Sister of No. 944. 

541. CLYDE GIDEON ROSEBERRY. ARKANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, Arkansas City, 1907-. Born 
Arkansas City, Aug. 30, 1885. Married Helen Ruby Parmenter, No. 592, 
Tune 6, 1908. Children: Anna Dorothy, May 12, 1910; Philo James, Apr. 1, 
1914. 

542. VIOLET ORETHA RUSSELL, 952 KANSAS AVE., KANSAS 

CITY. 

B.L. Graduate Student in Union Theological Seminary, New York 
City, 1913-16. Teacher Grades, Chanute, 1907-09; Teacher, Grades, Madi- 
son, 1912-13; Homekeeper, 1909-. Born Chanute, Oct. 5, 1883. Married 
Elmer Leonard Brown, No. 618, June 1, 1909. 

543. CLAUDE JOHN SAMPLE. McALESTER, OKLA. 

A.B. Civil Service, Chanute, 1907-08; General Insurance, McAlester, 
Okla., 1908-. Born Toronto, Apr. 19, 1885. Married Sibyl Hardwick, Apr. 
19, 1910. Child: Bruce, March 26, 1916. 

544. MARY GERTRUDE SCHENCK. MARYVILLE, MO. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1907-. Born Harveyville, June 20, 1885. Married 
Gilbert Stevens Cox, No. 453, Aug. 8, 1907. Children: Borden Bowne, 
July 24, 1911; Sarah Ruth, Aug. 21, 1914. 

545. VERA PEARL SIMPSON. McPHERSON. 

B.L. Teacher History and English, High School, McPherson, 1907- 
08; Graduate Student in English, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., 
1908-09; At Home, McPherson, 1909-. Born Rosemond, 111., Jan. 26, 1884. 
Daughter of No. 7. 

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546. LUSETTA SOWERS. HAVILAND. 

A.B. Teacher Greek, History and Philosophy, Carleton College, 
Farmington, Mo., 1907-08; Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Spring Hill, July 18, 
1885. Married Bernard Foxwell Young, No. 552, Aug. 26, 1908. Children: 
Paul Bernard, March 16, 1910; William Telford, Dec. 20, 1911; James Wes- 
ley, March 21, 1914. Sister of Nos. 397, 831. 

547. HARRIET EUGENIA STANLEY. WICHITA. 

A.B. At Home and Student of Music, Wichita, 1907-08; Teacher Eng- 
lish, High School, Wichita, 1908-11; At Home, Wichita, 1911-13; In Europe, 
1913-14; At Home, Wichita, 1915-. Born Wichita, Aug. 23, 1884. Sister 
of No. 366. 

548. WILLIAM WHITNEY SWITZER. COUPEVILLE, WASH. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1910. Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1907-10; Minister, M. E. Church, Anacortez, Wash., 
1910-11; Grace, Wash., 1911-13; Sumas, Wash., 1913-14; Coupeville, Wash., 
1914-. Born Kingston, Mo., Oct. 22, 1877. Married Stella McClure, Nov. 
2, 1910. 



549. HARRIET ANNA VANVICKLE. KINSLEY. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Principal High School, 
Leroy, 1907-09; Fellow in English, The University of Kansas, 1909-10; 
Teacher English, Dickinson County High School, Chapman, 1910-11; New- 
ton, 1911-12; Peabody, 1912-16; Kingsley, 1916-. Born Paola. 

550. ELSIE ALICE WARNER. BALDWIN CITY. 

B.S. Teacher English and German, High School, Moran, 1907-08; 
Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Burlingame, Sept. 21, 1882. Married Marshall 
Morton Morgan, No. 433, June 17, 1908. Children: Calvin Warner, Dec. 2, 
1910; J. Ross, March 16, 1916. 

551. MABEL EDNA WINGER. KEARNEY, WYO. 

A.B. Teacher Rural Schools, Crawford Co., 1907-08; Principal High 
School and Teacher Latin and Mathematics, Girard, 1908-10; Teacher, Pitts- 
burg, 1910-12; Homekeeper, Buffalo, Wyo., 1912-13; Kearney, Wyo., 1913-. 
Born McCune, Kans., Oct. 27, 1883. Married J. W. Songer, July 30, 1912. 
Children: Katherine, Aug. 7, 1913; Gertrude, Sept. 25, 1914. Sister of Nos. 
493, 960. 

552. BERNARD FOXWELL YOUNG. HAVILAND. 

A.B. B.D., The University of Denver, 1913. Minister, M. E. Church, 
Marble City, I. T., 1907-08; Catoosa, Okla., 1907-09; Council Hill, Okla., 
1909-10; Georgetown and Silver Plume, Colo., 1910-12; Graduate Student in 
Theology, Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colo., 1910-13; Denver, Colo., 

1912-13; Limon, Colo., 1913-14; Pretty Prairie, 1914-17; Haviland, 1917-. Born 
Fort Scott, April 21, 1878. Married Lusetta Sowers, No. 546, Aug. 26, 1908. 
Children, Paul Bernard, March 16, 1910; William Telford, Dec. 30, 1911; 
James Wesley, March 21, 1914. 

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CLASS OF 1908 

553. JAMES ARTHUR ALLEN. CHANUTE. 

Ph. B. LL.B., Columbia University, 1911. Student Columbia Uni- 
versity Law School, New York City, 1908-11; Lawyer, Chanute, 1911-. 
Born Chanute, Sept. 13, 1884. Married Marion Dawdy, Nov. 7, 1911. Chil- 
dren: Mildred Orlene, May 26, 1913; Marion Ora, July 31, 1916. Brother 
of Nos. 373, 445. 

554. AMY ARMSTRONG. SALINA. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1914; 
The University of Wisconsin, Summer, 1916. Teacher Grades, Lathrop, 
Mo., 1908-09; English, High School, Washington, 1909-12; Latin, Lathrop, 
Mo., 1912-16; English and Latin, Salina, 1916-. Born Lathrop, Mo., June 
25, 1884. 

555. THOMAS CLYDE BACON. 227 5TH AVE. E., TWIN FALLS, 

IDAHO. 

B.S. Woolgrower, Boise, Ida., 1908-12; Twin Falls, Ida., 1912-. Born 
Boise, Ida., Nov. 10, 1884. Married Alice Catherine Reid, No. 596, June 
1, 1909. Children: Clyde Reid, Jan. 19, 1911; Donald Francis, Aug. 26, 
1912; Catherine, May 3, 1915. 

556. NORTON SEAMAN BEARD. R. F. D., No. 5, HOLTON. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1913. Minister M. E. Church, Mont- 
rose, Mo., 1908-09; Muscotah, 1909-10; Graduate Student in Theology, Bos- 
ton University, 1910-13; Brookline, N. H., 1912-13; Sidney, Mont., 1913-14; 
Linn, 1915-16; Farmer, Holton, 1916-. Born Corsica, O., June 4, 1883. 

557. EDWARD EDGERTON BEAUCHAMP. R. F. D, WHITE CLOUD. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Corning, 1908-10; Valley Falls, 1910-12; 
Powhattan, 1912-14; Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Sem- 
inary, Madison, N. J., 1914-17; Whitestone, N. Y., 1914-17; White Cloud, 
1917-. Born Atchison, May 29, 1883. Married Lona Butler, Dec. 1, 1908. 
Children: Hester Alberta, Oct. 4, 1909; Helen Irene, Oct. 13, 1911. 

558. MARGARET BETZER. OKETO. 

A.B. Teacher, Lincoln School, Topeka, 1908-10; Teacher, Polk School, 
Topeka, 1910-11; Homekeeper, 1911-. Born Mattoon, 111., Feb. 3, 1885. 
Married Jesse Howard Moore, No. 535, Nov. 30, 1911. 

559. FRANK ALONZO BOYS. N. Y. LIFE BLDG., KANSAS CITY, 

MISSOURI. 

B.S. LL.B., Harvard University, 1911. Law Student, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass., 1908-11; Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo., 1911-. Born 
Grenola, Sept. 11, 1886. 

560. GEORGE EDWARD BROWN. BONNER SPRINGS. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1912. A.M., Columbia University, 
1913. B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1914. Principal Schools, Re- 
serve, 1908-09; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1909-12; 
Graduate Student in Sociology, Columbia University, 1912-13; Graduate 

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Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1912-14; Graduate 
Student in Philosophy, New York University, 1916-17. Minister Congre- 
gational Church, King's Highway, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1914-17; Minister, M. E. 
Church, Bonner Springs, 1917-. Born Lenexa, March 23, 1884. Married 
Georgia Farrar, No. 803. Nov. 17, 1915. Brother of Nos. 668, 968. 

561. ALICE MAY CLARKE. 632 N. 2D ST., RATON, N. M. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student in Latin, The University of Kansas, 1910; 
English and Latin, Colorado University, Summers, 1913, '15, '16. Teacher 
German and Latin, High School, Cheney, 1908-09; Latin, Seneca, 1909-11; 
English and German, Chickasha, Okla., 1911-12; English, Summer County 
High School, Wellington, 1912-16; English, Colfax County High School, 
Raton, N. M., 1916-. Born Waterville, June 3, 1883. 

562. LEILA EDNA CLARK. CENTRALIA. 

B.L. At Home, Baldwin City, 1908-09; Homekeeper, Chanute, 1910-12; 
Rosedale, 1912-14; Centralia, 1914-. Born Marshall Co., Kans., Dec. 22, 
1885. Married Paul Annadown, M.D., Dec. 22, 1909. Children: Ruth 
Vivian, Dec. 19, 1910; Hazel, July 1, 1914; Pauline Jean, Oct. 16, 1915. Sister 
of Nos. 189, 190, 414. 

563. FLORENCE ISABELL CREAGER. 47 ST. JOHN'S PLACE, BUF- 

FALO, N. Y. 

Ph.B. Teacher English and Latin, High School, Washington, 1908- 
09; Normal Training, Greensburg, 1909-10; English and Normal Training, 
Fredonia, 1910-11; Student Medical Department, The University of Buf- 
falo, 1915-. Born Yates Center, Dec. 22, 1886. 

564. BENJAMIN WILLIAM DAILY. FREDERICK, MD. 

A.B. A.M. Columbia University, 1915. Superintendent Schools, Wells- 
ville, 1908-10; Superintendent Schools, Cheney, 1910-11; Superintendent 
Schools, Wellsville, 1911-14; Graduate Student in Education, Columbia 
University, New York City, 1914-15; Professor of Education, Hood College, 
Frederick, Md., 1915-. Born Burrton, June 7, 1883. 

565. LAURA ALICE DAVIES. NURSERY, TEX. 

B.L. Teacher, Grades, Arkansas City, 1908-09; Bookkeeper, Glencoe, 
Okla., 1909-10; Dressmaker, Nursery, Tex., 1910-11; Teacher, Fall River, 
1911-13; Postmistress, Nursery, Tex., 1913-. Born Fall River, Sept. 6, 

1884. 

566. MINNIE KLINE DENMAN. 1630 HOUSTON ST., MANHATTAN. 

Ph.B. Teacher Latin and Principal High School, Osborne, 1908-10; 
Teacher Latin, High School, Garnett, 1910-11; Homekeeper, Agricola, 1911- 
16; Manhattan, 1916-. Born Palmer, March 7, 1882. Married Samuel James 
Molby, Jr., Sept. 20, 1911. Child: Samuel James, 3d, Oct. 29, 1914. Sister 
of No. 623. 

567. CHARLES CLAYTON DENNIE. 3317 PASEO, KANSAS CITY, 

MISSOURI. 

Ph.B. M.D., The University of Kansas, 1912. Medical Student, The 
University of Kansas, 1908-12; Fellow in Chemistry, 1908-09, and Student 

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Assistant in Pathology, 1911-12, The University of Kansas; Interne in Gen- 
eral Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., 1912-13; Interne in Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital, Boston, Mass., 1913-15; Instructor in Harvard Medical School, 
Boston, Mass., 1915; Physician, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. Born Excelsior 
Springs, Mo., Oct. 20, 1883. Married Elizabeth Schrader, June 30, 1914. 

568. ELSIE DERSHEM. DWIGHT. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Graduate Student, The 
University of Kansas, 1909, 1915-16; Graduate Student, The University of 
Washington, Summer, 1915. Teacher, Stafford, 1909-10; Assistant Principal 
High School, Sharon, 1910-11; Assistant Principal, Severy, 1911-12; Prin- 
cipal, Lakin, 1912-13; Principal, Saint Paul, 1913-14; Principal, Prairie View, 
1914-15; Principal, Dwight, 1916-. Author, "An Outline of American State 
Literature." Born Norwood, March 10, 1873. 

509. BERTHA ELVALYN EMORY. 

A.B. Teacher, Red Fork, Okla., 1908-09; Teacher, Baldwin City. 1909- 
10; Student Commercial Dept., Baker University, 1910; Teacher, Bixby, 
Okla., 1910-12. Born Lawrence, Dec. 30, 1886. Married Andrew Ewing, 
July 10, 1912. Children: Bertha, May 9, 1913; Andrew, Jr., July 7, 1915. 

570. HENRY HORATIO FARRAR. AXTELL. 

B.S. Farmer and Stockman, Axtell, 1908-. Born Axtell, Oct. 25, 1882. 
Married Iva Williams Riley, No. 597, Sept. 2, 1908. Children: Virginia, 
Feb. 24, 1911; Roberta, Feb. 19, 1914. Brother of No. 803. 

571. EVERETT KIN FOSTER. WINFIELD. 

B.S.; Mus. B., 1910. Student Conservatory of Music, Baker University, 
1908-10; Student Piano, New York City, Summer, 1910; Instructor in Piano, 
Baker University, 1910-11; Student Piano and Theory, Berlin, Germany, 
1911-12; Head Piano Department, Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo., 1912-13; 
Head Piano Department, Southwestern College, Winfield, 1913-. Born 
Towanda, Jan. 25, 1886. Married Hattie May Gardner, No. 520, Oct. 27, 
1911. Child: Mark Gardner, March 17, 1914. 

572. WILLIAM OUTHWAITE GIBBON. HALSTEAD. 

Ph.B. A.M., The University of Michigan, 1912. Graduate Student, 
The University of Kansas, Summer, 1910; Kansas State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Summer, 1913. Teacher History and Science, High School, Olathe, 
1908-09; Principal High School, Halstead, 1909-11; Graduate Student, The 
University of Michigan, 1911-12; Teacher Science, High School, Emporia, 
1912-13; Superintendent Schools, Halstead, 1913-. Born Howard, Sept. 18, 
1885. Married Nadine Rankin, Aug. 11, 1915. 

573. BERYL ALBERT GREEN. APT. 42, CLAYPOOL ANNEX, PORT- 

LAND, ORE. 

Ph.B. LL.B., Oregon University, 1914. Principal High School, Eureka, 
1908-09; Superintendent Schools, Moran, 1909-10; Superintendent Schools, 
Winchester, 1910-11; Student Oregon University Law School, 1911-14; 
Lawyer, Portland, Ore., 1914-; Principal Night High School, Portland, Ore., 
1914-. Born Blue Mound, June 15, 1887. Married Grace Margaret Leach, 
No. 580, Dec. 23, 1913. Brother of Nos. 420, 521, 682. 

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574. CHARLES CLIFFORD GROVER. WINSLOW, ARIZ. 

B.S. A.M., The University of Denver, 1916. Real Estate, McAlester, 
Okla., 1908-12; Salesman, Denver, Colo., 1912-14; Teacher Science and 
Mathematics, High School, Kemmerer, Wyo., 1914-15; Mathematics and 
Latin, Winslow, Ariz., 1915-16; Science and Principal High School, Winslow, 
Ariz., 1916-. Graduate Student, The University of Denver, Summer, 1914, 
'15. Born Havensville, Oct, 26, 1888. Married Ethel Pease, July 15, 1916. 

575. MARY EMMA HAMILTON. 241 S. 5th ST., SALINA. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1914; 
The University of Wisconsin, Summer, 1916. Teacher Latin, High School, 
Hanover, 1908-09; Principal High School and Teacher Latin, Hanover, 
1909-12; Latin and Mathematics, Oskaloosa, 1912-15; Mathematics, Salina, 
1915-. Born Oskaloosa, July 22, 1884. 

576. EARL RANDALL HIBBARD. PENANG, MALAYSIA. 

A.B. Secretary, Y. M. C. A., State School of Mines, Golden, Colo., 
1908-09; Secretary, Y. M. C. A., University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss., 
1909-12; Missionary, Straits Settlement, Malay Peninsula, 1913-. Born Elk 
City, 1884. Married Jessie Blaine Beauchamp, No. 614, 1909. 

577. HORTENSE IMBODEN. 303 SEMINARY ST., GREENCASTLE, 

INDIANA. 

B.L. Piano Instructor in the Navas Institute of Musical Art, Wichita, 
1909-11; Homekeeper, 1911-. Born Wichita, July 4, 1885. Married Wil- 
liam Marion Hudson, No. 465, Sept. 5, 1911. Sister of Nos. 425, 870, 933. 



578. EDNA GERTRUDE JACKSON. R. F. D. NO. 2, PUEBLO, COLO. 

Ph.B. Teacher High School, Harveyville, 1908-09; Homekeeper, 1909-. 
Born Mitchell Co., Kans., Feb. 22, 1879. Married Edwin Pomeroy Kendall, 
No. 637, Aug. 4, 1909. Children: Neil Jackson, April 28, 1911; Elwin Percy, 
Aug. 27, 1914; Homer Shirley, Oct. 27, 1915. 

579. WILLIAM PAUL KEAST. SELMA. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Goffs, 1908-09; Louisville, 1909-10; Allen, 
1910-12; Basehor, 1912-13; Birmingham, 1913-14; Willis, 1914-16; Lancaster, 
1916-17; Selma, 1917-. Born Billings, Mo., Oct. 23, 1880. Married Delia 
Gertrude Harbeson, Sept. 9, 1908. Children: Alfred Joseph, Dec. 9, 1910; 
Catherine May, Aug. 4, 1912. 

580. GRACE MARGARET LEACH. APT. 42, CLAYPOOL ANNEX, 

PORTLAND, ORE. 

Ph.B. Graduate Student, Baker University, Summer, 1909; Graduate 
Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1910. At Home, Baldwin 
City, 1908-09; Instructor in History and German, Baker University, 1909*- 
10; Latin and German, 1910-12; Teacher German, High School, Iola, 1913; 
Homekeeper, 1913-. Born Hoopeston, 111., April 5, 1887. Married Beryl 
Allen Green, No. 573, Dec. 23, 1913. 

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581. FRED B. LEWIS. ARKANSAS CITY. 

B.S. Farmer, Baldwin City, 1908-10; Grocer, Arkansas City, 1910-14; 
Oil Business, Arkansas City, 1914-. Born Baldwin City, Apr. 24, 1885. Mar- 
ried Hazel Genevieve, Nov. 20, 1916. Brother of No. 641. 

582. EMMA IVALENA MARKHAM. 922 45TH ST., MILWAUKEE, 

WIS. 

A. B. A. M., The University of Chicago, 1912. At Home, Lamar, Col., 
1908-09; Teacher Latin, High School, LeRoy, 1909-10; Graduate Student in 
Latin, The University of Chicago, 1910-12; Student, The University of Mis- 
souri, and at home, Lamar, Col., 1912-13; Teacher Latin, High School, Las 
Vegas, N. M., 1913-16; Latin, High School, Milwaukee, Wis., 1916-. Born, 
York, Neb., May 31, 1887. 

583. CLAUDE ALONZO MASON. TULSA, OKLA. 

Ph. B. Commerce Trust Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1908-. Born Pontiac, 
111., 1884. 

584. GRACE ALICE McKEMMEY. WINCHESTER 

B. L. Teacher, Morganville, 1908-09; Teacher, Clyde, 1909-10; Teacher, 
Osborne, 1910-12; Teacher, Muskogee, Okla., 1912-13; At Home, Winchester, 
1913-. Born Winchester, Jan. 5, 1884. 

585. HAROLD BENEDICT McKIBBIN. 1741 N. WACO ST., WICHITA. 

Ph. B. Bookkeeper, Wichita, 1908-09; Treasurer and Assistant Office 
Manager, Red Star Mill & Elevator Co., Wichita, 1910-. Born Commerce, 
Mich., Oct. 28, 1882. Married Luella Edith Clark, No. 414, Sept. 9, 1908. 
Child, Ralph Clark, Jan. 28, 1914. 

586. ETHEL MICHAELS. 1118 W. 10TH ST., COFFEYVILLE. 

B. L. Teacher, German and English, High School, Moran, 1908-10; Eng- 
lish and Principal, High School, Howard, 1910-12; Homekeeper, Topeka, 
1912; Kansas City, 1912-13; Coffeyville, 1913-. Born, Scranton, Sept. 5, 1886. 
Married Don C. Boyd, M. D., Sept. 5, 1912. Child: Adlai Michaels, April 
15, 1915. Sister of No. 884. 

587. BERT EARLY MITCHNER. HUTCHINSON. 

Ph. B. Bookkeeper, Corn Belt Bank, Kansas City, Mo., 1908-09; Assis- 
tant Cashier, State Bank of Holton, Holton, 1909-12; Deputy Bank Commis- 
sioner, Kansas, 1913-16; Vice-President and Cashier Union Stock Yards Na- 
tional Bank, Wichita, 1916-17; Secretary and Treasurer, Wichita Cattle Loan 
Co., Wichita, 1916-17; Cashier State Exchange Bank, Hutchinson, 1917-. 
Born Newton, Nov. 23, 1884. Married Lois L. Smith, Sept. 2, 1908. Child: 
Robert Warren, July 15, 1910. 

588. ELMER CLYDE MONTGOMERY. EDEN, IDA. 

A. B. Superintendent Schools, Clifton, 1908-10; with Bacon Sheep Co., 
Hailey, Ida., 1910-15; The same, Eden, Ida., 1915-16; Ranchman, Eden, Ida., 
1916-. Born Seybert, Mo., June 19, 1884. Married Stella Wangerien, Sept. 
30, 1914. Children: Mary Elizabeth, Oct. 5, 1915; Charles August, Dec. 26, 
1916. 

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589. ADA NATTIER. R. F. D. No. 1, DETROIT. 

Ph. B. At Home, Neodesha, 1908-09; Homekeeper, 1909-. Born Neo- 
desha, March 14, 1887. Married Abraham Engle Bert, No. 501, Oct. 6, 1909. 
Sister of No. 536. 

590. LEONARD OECHSLI. c/o METHODIST MISSION, MEDAN, 

SUMATRA. 

A. B. S. T. B., Boston University, 1911. Minister, M. E. Church, Oak- 
dale, Mass., 1908-11; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 
1908-10; Arlington Heights, Mass., 1911-13; Missionary, Singapore, Straits 
Settlement, 1913-16; Medan, Sumatra, 1916-. Born Rich Hill, Mo., June 
5, 1885. Married Loula Boicourt, No. 449, April 21, 1909. Children: Eleanor, 
March 28, 1911; Phyllis Elizabeth, Nov. 23, 1914. 

591. EDWIN MARTIN OLIVER. 213 N. MADISON ST., STOUGH- 

TON, WIS. 

A. B. Minister, M. E. Church, Maple Hill, 1904; Michigan Valley, 1905- 
06; Richland and Clinton, 1906-07; Lecompton, 1907-08; Hebron, Wis., 1908- 
10; Asbury, Milwaukee, Wis., 1910-11; Horicon, Wis., 1911-13; Sharon, Wis., 
1913-15; Lake Mills, Wis., 1915-. Born, Atchison, Feb. 25, 1881. Married 
Hattie A. Richards, June 1, 1909. Child: Wesley Bair, Feb. 23, 1910. 

592. HELEN RUBY PARMENTER. ARKANSAS CITY. 

Ph.B. Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Lawrence, Dec. 22, 1885. Married 
Clyde Gideon Roseberry, No. 541, June 6, 1908. Children: Anna Dorothy, 
May 12, 1910; Philo James, April 1, 1914. Sister of No. 593. 

593. LUCILE WILLIAMS PARMENTER. ARKANSAS CITY. 

Ph. B. Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Lawrence, Dec. 22, 1885. Married 
John Edgar Byers Heffelfinger, No. 523, Oct. 29, 1908. Child: Elizabeth 
Lucile, Jan. 7, 1912. Sister of No. 592. 

594. ERNEST WILLIAM PRESTON. 

Ph. B. General Produce, Kingfisher, Okla., 1908; General Secretary, Y. 
M. C. A., Stamps, Ark., 1908-. Born Blue Mound, 1884. 

595. FLORENCE BLANCHE REAM. MANKATO. 

Ph. B. Teacher, High School, Waterville, 1908-09; Teacher, Grades, 
Topeka, 1909-11; Teacher Mathematics, High School, Dodge City, 1912-13; 
Homekeeper, Mankato, 1913-. Born Damascus, O., May 18, 1886. Married 
Donald F. Stanley, June 25, 1913. Child: Robert Wood, Dec. 24, 1914. 

596. ALICE CATHERINE REID. 227 5TH AVE. E, TWIN FALLS, 

IDA. 

Ph. B. Teacher, History and English, High School, Concordia, 1908- 
09; Homekeeper, 1909-. Born Rossville, June 19, 1884. Married Thomas 
Clyde Bacon, No. 555, June 1, 1909. Children: Clyde Reid, Jan. 19, 1911; 
Donald Francis, Aug. 26, 1912; Catherine, May 3, 1915. 

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597. IVY WILLIAMS RILEY. AXTELL 

Ph. B. Homekeeper, 1908-. Born Johnson Co., Kas., Jan. 26, 1885. 
Married Henry Horatio Farrar, No. 570, Sept. 2, 1908. Children: Virginia, 
Feb. 24, 1911; Roberta, Feb. 29, 1914. Sister of Nos. 289, 290, 435. 

598. EULA REBA SMITH. TAHLEQUAH, OKLA. 

Ph. B.; Mus. B., 1910. Student in Conservatory of Music, Baker Uni- 
versity, 1908-10; Instructor in Singing, Baker University, 1908-10; at Home, 
Neodesha, 1910-12; Supervisor Public School Music, Phoenix, Ariz., 1912-13; 
At Home, Tulsa, Okla., 1913; Supervisor Public School Music, Claremore, 
Okla., Jan. to Sept., 1914; Head Department of Music, Northeastern State 
Normal School, Tahlequah, Okla., 1914-. Born Byesville, Guernsey Co., 
O., Nov. 3, 1883. Sister of No. 600. 

599. HERVEY FOSTER SMITH. MARYSVILLE 

A. B. Traveling Secretary, Inter-Collegiate Prohibition Association, 
1908-11; Graduate Student in Sociology, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mers, 1909, 10; Publisher, "Sentinel," Hoyt, 1912-13; City Editor, Daily 
Journal-World, Lawrence, 1914; County Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Marysville, 
1915-. Born Silver Lake, March 14, 1886. Married Emma M. Garman, 
June 15, 1910. Child: Harold Edwin, May 16, 1914. 

600. OMA LELA SMITH. KIOWA. 

B. L. Teacher Music and History, High School, Kiowa, 1908-09; Eng- 
lish and History, High School, Anthony, 1909-10; English and Music, Neo- 
desha, 1910-12; Homekeeper, Kiowa, 1912-. Born Byesville, Guernsey Co., 
O., April 20, 1885. Married Charles L. Cook, June 19, 1912. Children: 
Eleanor, May 8, 1913; Charles William, March 2, 1915. Sister of No. 598. 

601. ARTHUR GARFIELD SPILLER. CAPIZ, CAPIZ, P. I. 

Ph. B. Supervising Teacher, Phillippine Islands, Escalante, Occ. Ne- 
gros, 1908-09; Silay, Occ. Negros, 1909-14; Division Superintendent Schools, 
Suln, 1914-15; Supervising Teacher, Paniqui, Tarlac, 1915-16; Principal and 
Teacher Economics, High School, Capiz, Province of Capiz, 1916-. Born 
Frankfort, Jan. 8, 1881. Married Christina Rhodes, A. B., Sept. 15, 1915. 

602. ARTHUR TAYLOR SUTTON. . CHELAN, WASH. 

A. B.; B. Ped. Graduate Western Kansas State Normal School, Hays, 
1911. Teacher Sheridan County High School, Hoxie, 1908-11; Superin- 
tendent Schools, Chelan, Wash., 1911-. Born Vinita, I. T., Sept. 13, 1883. 
Married Hazel Smith, Aug. 16, 1911. 

603. ETHEL ESTELLA THOMAS. 1020 OSAGE, MANHATTAN. 

A. B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summer, 1910; 
The University of Chicago, Summer, 1914; The University of Wisconsin, 
Summer, 1916. Teacher Latin and English, and Assistant Principal, High 
School, Ellsworth, 1908-10; Principal, Ellsworth, 1910-12; Teacher Latin, 
High School, Manhattan, 1913-. Born Elkhart, Ind., Feb. 17, 1883. Sister 
of No. 658. 

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604. ALMA M. THOMPSON. 317 JACKSON, STERLING, COL. 

A. B. Teacher History and Latin, and Assistant Principal High School, 
Howard, 1908-11; Homekeeper, Ft. Collins, Col., 1911-12; Sterling, Col.. 
1912-. Born Howard, July 27, 1885. Married D. C. Bascom, Aug. 22, 1911. 
Child: Elizabeth May, Sept. 19, 1916. 

605. ERWIN MILTON TIFFANY. MANHATTAN. 

A. B. B. S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1915. Bookkeeper, C. 
A. Smith Lumber Co., Marshfield, Ore., 1908-09; Principal High School, 
Madros, Ore., 1909-10; Farmer, Lyndon, 1910-12; Student Kansas State Agri- 
cultural College, 1912-13; Principal High School, Great Bend, 1913-14; As- 
sistant in Home Study Service, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1914- 
16; Instructor in Home Study Service, Kansas State Agricultural College, 
1916-. Lecturer in Agricultural Education, K. S. A. C. Born Lyndon, Aug. 
26, 1883. Married Clara Horney, July 23, 1913. 

606. JUNE TOPPING. 2320 E. DOUGLAS, WICHITA. 

Ph. B. At Home, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1908-12; Wichita, 1912-. Born 
Enterprise, June 29, 1889. 

607. MARY ALICE WIDNEY. ONAGA. 

B. L. Teacher English and Principal High School, Overbrook, 1908- 
09; Teacher Latin and History, High School, Alma, 1909-10; Homekeeper, 
Lawrence, 1910-11; McPherson, 1911-13; Quenemo, 1913-14; Onaga, 1916-. 
Born Lyndon, May 7, 1884. Married Walter Bailey Wise, Sept. 8, 1910. 
Child: Alice Elaine, Nov. 14, 1915. 

608. WILLIAM JOHN WILLIAMS. CHANUTE. 

A. B. Superintendent Schools, Neosho Falls, 1908-10; Teacher and 
Ward Principal, Fort Scott, 1910-14; Principal Senior High School, Chanute, 
1914-. Born Redruth, Cornwall, England, Dec. 1, 1882. Married Maud Kil- 
born, No. 528, Aug. 18, 1909. Children: Mary Margaret, June 13, 1911; 
Marion Louise, March 20, 1915. 

609. LELA CLAIRE WILSON. 931 BROADWAY ST., QUINCY, ILL. 

A. B. At Home, Soldier, 1908-13. Teacher High School, Milnor, N. 
D., 1913-14; Teacher 8th Grade, Stanberry, Mo., 1914-15; High School, Stan- 
berry, Mo., 1915-16; Student Gem City Business College, Quincy, 111., 1916-. 
Born Soldier, Dec. 22, 1884. 



CLASS OF 1909. 
610. MABEL ELIZABETH ADAMS. OSAGE CITY. 

B. L. Graduate Student, Kansas State Normal School, Emporia, Sum- 
mer, 1916. Teacher, High School, Alma, 1909-10; At Home, Osage City, 
1910-12; Teacher, Grades, Reading, 1912-14; At Home, Osage City, 1914-15; 
Teacher, 5th Grade, Blue Rapids, 1915-16; At Home, Osage City, 1916-. 
Born Osage City, Sept. 6, 1886. 

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eiL AGNES ANNA ANDERSON. 1021 MAINE ST, LAWRENCE. 

A. B. A. M., The University of Kansas, 1911. Teacher, Science, High 
School, Hutchinson, 1909-10; Graduate Student in Chemistry, Fellow in 
Chemistry, University of Kansas, 1910-11; Assistant Food Analyst, Uni- 
versity of Kansas, 1911-13; Food Analyst, University of Kansas, 1913-14; 
Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, University of Kansas, 1916-. Home- 
keeper, Lawrence, 1914-. Member Sigma Xi, Kansas Academy of Science, 
American Chemical Society. Born Elk City, Jan. 17, 1889. Married Joseph 
W. Murray, Nov. 8, 1914. Daughter of No. 90. Sister of Nos. 612, 899. 

612. ESPAR ANDERSON. ELDORADO, OKLA. 

A. B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Natoma, 1909-10; Latin 
and English, LaCrosse, 1910-11; Homekeeper, LaCrosse, 1911; Bartlesville, 
Okla., 1911-12; Langdon, 1912-14; Eldorado, Okla., 1914-. Born Baldwin City, 
Oct. 21, 1887. Married Benjamin H. Stover, April 12, 1911. Child: Espar 
Hermina, May 14, 1913. Daughter of No. 90. Sister of Nos. 611, 899. 

613. LAVINA BARTON. GORHAM. 

B. L. Teacher Latin and German, High School, Kinsley, 1909-12; 
Homekeeper, Larned, 1912-14; Gorham, 1914-. Born Wichita, July 10, 1886. 
Married Russell E. Lawrence, June 26, 1912. Children: Ruth, July 5, 1913; 
Elinor, Oct. 22, 1914. Sister of No. 852. 

614. JESSIE BLAINE BEAUCHAMP. PENANG, MALAYSIA. 

A. B. Born Kansas, 111, 1884. Married Earl Randall Hibbard, No. 
576, 1909. 

615. LUTHER ALLEN BECK. BRIGHTON, COL. 

A. B. Teller, The Continental Trust Co, Denver, Col, 1909-12; As- 
sistant Cashier, The First National Bank, Sterling, Col, 1913-17; Cashier, 
Bank, Brighton, Col, 1917-. Born Hillsboro, 111, June 2, 1887. Married 
Anna Lucille Lynch, No. 878, April 17, 1916. 

616. CHARLES SAMUEL BRADEN. SANTIAGO, CHILE, S. A. 

A. B. B. D, Union Theological Seminary, 1911. Assistant Pastor, 
Cornell Memorial M. E. Church, 1909-11; Graduate Student, Columbia Uni- 
versity and Union Theological Seminary, 1909-11; Union Settlement Work, 
Summer, 1910; Pastor City Park Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N. Y, 
1911-12; Missionary M. E. Church, Cochabamba, Bolivia, S. A, 1912; Prin- 
cipal Secondary Department, Cochabamba Institute, 1912-15; Pastor Spanish 
Church, Cochabamba, 1914-15; On Furlough, in U. S. A, 1915-16; Minister 
M. E. Church, First, Santiago, Chile, 1916-. Professor in Union Bible Sem- 
inary; Editor El Heraldo Christiano; Agent M. E. Publishing House. Born 
Chanute, Sept. 19, 1887. Married Grace Eleanore McMurray, No. 644, Oct. 
24, 1911. Children: George William, Jan. 13, 1914; Grace Elizabeth, Aug. 
14, 1916. Brother of No. 1028. 

617. MAUDE BRIGHAM. 814 MO. ST, LAWRENCE. 

A. B. Training for Nurse, K. U. Hospital, Rosedale, 1909; Clerk, Hobbs 
Mercantile Co, Baldwin City, 1910-12; Homekeeper, 1912- . Born Coyville, 

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Nov. 6, 1887. Married Clarence Churchill Stewart, No. 437, June 12, 1912. 
Child: Dorothy Marie, May 8, 1913. Sister of Nos. 412, 451. 

618. ELMER LEONARD BROWN. 952 KANSAS AVE., KANSAS CITY 

A. B. B. D., Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1916. Minister, 
M. E. Church, Chautauqua, 1909-11; Madison, 1911-12; Graduate Student 
in Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1913-16; Central, 
Kansas City, 1916-. Born Hampton, 111., July 11, 1884. Married Violet 
Oretha Russell, No. 542, June 1, 1909. 

619. ALBERT ERNEST BROWN. ATWOOD. 

B. S. A. M., Yale University, 1910. Graduate Student in Philosophy, 
Yale University, New Haven, Conn., and Scholar, 1909-10; Principal Gove 
Co. High School, Gove, 1910-11; Principal High School, Moran, 1911-12; 
Principal High School, Lyons, 1912-16; Principal Rawlins Co. High School, 
Atwood, 1916-. Born Moran, June 21, 1882. Married Mae Dennis, Aug. 
14, 1912. 

620. RUTH ESTELLA BUKEY. YATES CENTER. 

A. B. Teacher, Grades, Pratt, 1909-10; Grades, McPherson, 1910-11; 
Homekeeper 1911-. Born McPherson, Aug. 27, 1887. Married Arthur Dan 
Catlin, No. 621, Aug. 20, 1912. Children: Infant son, June 22, 1914; Mar- 
jorie, Feb. 21, 1916. 

621. ARTHUR DAN CATLIN. YATES CENTER. 

A. B.; A. M., 1912. Teacher History and Principal High School, 
Marysville, 1909-10; Instructor in Civics and History, Baker University, 
1911-12; Superintendent Schools, Irving, 1912-13; Superintendent Schools, 
Yates Center, 1913-. Born Hopkins, Mo., Dec. 26, 1882. Married Ruth 
Estella Bukey, No. 620, Aug. 20, 1912. Children: Infant son, June 22, 
1914; Marjorie, Feb. 21, 1916. Brother of 971. 

622. WARREN BALDWIN COCHRAN, c/o LEWIS AND CLARK 

HIGH SCHOOL, SPOKANE, WASH. 

A. B. Graduate Student in Science and Education, University of Wis- 
consin, Summer, 1910; University of Illinois, Summer, 1911; University of 
Utah, 1911-12. Teacher Cherokee Co. High School, Columbus, 1909-11; 
Science, High School, Sand Point, Ida., 1912-13; Physical Geography and 
Geology, Lewis and Clark High School, Spokane, Wash., 1913-. Born 
Grenola, April 10, 1886. Married Corinne Rapalee, July 3, 1915. 

623. JESSIE LOUISE DENMAN. GARNETT. 

A. B. Teacher Latin and German, High School, Alton, 1909-11; Grad- 
uate Student in Latin, The University of Chicago, 1911-12; Teacher Latin, 
High School, Garnett, 1912-. Born Palmer, Aug. 23, 1886. Sister of No. 566. 

624. MABEL SHELDON DITZLER. ELLSWORTH. 

A. B. Teacher German and Latin, High School, Ponca City, Okla., 
1909-12; German and Latin, and Assistant Principal, High School, Ellsworth. 
1912-. Born Harrisonville, Mo., March 21, 1887. 

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625. LOUIS BENNETT DOBBS. CHAPMAN. 

A. B. Minister, M. E. Church, Elk Falls, 1909-10; Fontana, 1910-11; 
Neosho Falls, 1911-12; Princeton, 1912-14; Greenleaf, 1914-16; Chapman, 
1916-. Born Marion, Jan. 15, 1874. Married May Hampton, Sept. 10, 1908. 
Children: Louis Hampton, Jan. 21, 1912; Paul Bennett, Aug. 31, 1914; Helen 
Francis, April 29, 1916. 

626. CLARA MAY EVANS. INHAMBANE, SOUTH AFRICA. 

A. B. Missionary, East Africa, 1909-. Born Casey, la., Nov. 5, 1884. 
Married Pliny Whittier Keys, No. 628, July 6, 1909. Sister of No. 1038. 

627. ARTHUR HERMAN FAST. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

A. B. LL. B., The University of Kansas, 1912, Law Student, North- 
western University, Chicago, 111., 1909; Law Student the University of Kan- 
sas, 1910-12; Superintendent Schools, Sylvan Grove, 1912-13; Teacher Math- 
ematics and Civics, High School, Newton, 1913-14; Principal High School 
and Teacher Civics and Commercial Law, Caldwell, 1914-15; Lawyer, Ness 
City, 1915-16; Law Assistant to Solicitor, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C, 1916-. Born Hillsboro, July 6, 1887. Brother of No. 
914. 

628. ANNA PEARL FISHER. 2800 E. FIRST ST., WICHITA. 

B. L. Teacher History, English and Latin, High School, Nortonville, 
1909-11, Principal, same, 1910-11; Homekeeper, Wichita, 1911-. Born Atchi- 
son, Dec. 5, 1886. Married Irwin H. Stearns, April 24, 1912. Children: 
Virginia Catheryn, May 5, 1914; Jeaneatte, Feb. 21, 1916. 

629. MERTON CLYDE FRENCH. McPHERSON. 

A. B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summers, 1914, 
15, 16. Principal Schools, Silver Lake, 1909-11; Superintendent Schools, 
Winchester, 1911-13; Teacher Latin, High School, Leavenworth, 1913-15; 
Principal High School, McPherson, 1915-. Born Silver Lake, July 20, 1888. 
Married Edith Jane Johnson, Feb. 21, 1917. 

630. BESSIE GILMAN. NEOSHO RAPIDS. 

Ph. B. Graduate Student, Baker University, 1909-10; Teacher Science, 
High School, Olwein, la., 1910-11; Teacher Rural School, Bennington, 1911- 
12; German and Mathematics, High School, Talmage, 1912-13; Latin and 
English, Newkirk, Okla., 1913-14; Latin and Mathematics, Neola, la., 1914- 
15; Latin and English, Reading, 1915-16; Latin and English, Neosho Rap- 
ids, 1916-. Born Owasso, Mich., April 15, 1886. 

631. RUSSIE LA CLEDE HAZZARD. FRANKFORT. 

A. B. Superintendent Schools, Whitewater, 1909-15; Principal High 
School, Frankfort, 1915-16; Superintendent Schools, Frankfort, 1916-. Born 
Belle Plaine, Dec. 21, 1887. Married Florence Amelia Allderdice, No. 730, 
May 22, 1912. 

632. FRANKLIN PIERCE HILLIS. 

A. B. Teacher Riley Co., Manhattan, 1909. Born Reading, 1881. 

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683. *VERNON GRANT HUDGENS. 

A. B. Born Indianola, Neb., Oct. 31, 1885. Died, Oct. 26, 1909, burial 
at Carlsbad, N. Mex. 

634. THOMAS TODD JOHNSTON. EASTHAMPTON, MASS. 

A. B. S. T. B., Boston University, 1913. Homesteading, Stratton, 
Colo., 1909; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1910-14; 
Minister, M. E. Church, East Gloucester, Mass., 1911-14; Easthampton, 
Mass., 1914-. Born Sanborn, N. D., May 11, 1889. 

635. LESTER MARTIN JONES. CAMERON, MO. 

A. B. B. D., Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1913. A. M., 
Columbia University, 1913. Minister, M. E. Church, Fillmore, Mo., 1909- 
10; Graduate Student, Union Theology Seminary and Columbia University, 
New York, 1910-12; Grace, St. Joseph, Mo., 1913-15; Professor of Educa- 
tion, Missouri Wesleyan College, Cameron, Mo., 1916-. Graduate Student, 
The University of Chicago, Summer, 1916. Born Pickering, Mo., July 
28, 1884. Married Nelle Roach, June 16, 1909. 

636. ALETHA SARAH KELLY. ALLAHABAD, INDIA. 

A. B. Teacher Grades, Independence, 1909-10; English and German, 
High School. Caney, 1910-12; Private Secretary, Canton Christian Col- 
lege, Canton, China, 1912-14; Religious Secretary, Grace M. E. Church, 
New York City, 1914-15; Homekeeper and missionary at Ewing Christian 
College, Allahabad, India, 1916-. Born Marian, la., June 30, 1884. Mar- 
ried Leslie A. Kenoyer, Ph. D., June 16, 1915. Sister of No. 469. 

637. EDWIN POMEROY KENDALL. R. F. D. No. 2, PUEBLO, COLO. 

A. B.; Ped. B. Principal Schools, Edwardsville, 1909-10; Principal 
High School, Wamego, 1910-12; Farmer, Boone, Colo., 1912-14; Teacher 
and Farmer, Pueblo, Colo., 1914-. Born Farlinville, Dec. 24, 1882. Mar- 
ried Edna Gertrude Jackson, No. 578, Aug. 4, 1909. Children: Neil Jack- 
son, April 28, 1911; Elwin Percy, Aug. 27, 1914; Homer Shirley, Oct. 27, 
1915. 

638. PLINY WHITTIER KEYS. INHAMBANE, SOUTH AFRICA. 

A. B. Missionary East Africa, 1909-. Born Howard, Sept. 6, 1880. 
Married Clara May Evans, No. 626, July 6, 1909. 

639. STEPHEN LOTT KISER. SPEARVILLE. 

A. B. S. T. B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1912. Graduate Student in 
Theology Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1909-12; Graduate Stu- 
dent, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1911. Minister, M. E. Church, 
Burden, 1912-13; Dighton, 1913-15; Spearville, 1915-. Born Andale, Nov. 
16, 1885. Married Karen Jacobena Hansen, April 3, 1912. 

640. LENA ELIZABETH KLAMM. BASEHOR. 

A. B. Graduate Student in Home Economics, Kansas State Agri- 
cultural College, Summer, 1913. Teacher High School, Basehor, 1909-13; 
German, English, Botany and Household Arts, Lansing, 1913-15; English, 
History, German and Science, Basehor, 1915-. Born Fairmount, July 23, 
1886. 

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641. WALTER ALBERT LEWIS. ARKANSAS CITY. 

B. S. Baldwin City, 1909. Married Bertha Bell, Feb. 22, 1912. Children: 
Donald, March 8, 1913; Gerald, Jan. 27, 1915. Brother of No. 581. 



642. ARTHUR KIRKWOOD LOOMIS. 1110 VERMONT ST. LAW- 
RENCE. 

A. B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1911, 12. 
Superintendent Schools, Oswego, 1909-12; Superintendent Schools, Pea- 
body, 1912-16; Fellow in Education, The University of Kansas, 1916-. Born 
Battle Creek, Mich., Oct. 25, 1888. Married Ethel Morgan, June 17, 1914. 
Child: Robert Kirkwood, Nov. 7, 1915. 



643. HARRY OSCAR MARTIN. 23 NETHERLANDS RD., BROOK- 

LINE, MASS. 

A. B. S. T. B., Boston University, 1912. Graduate Student in Theol- 
ogy, Boston University, 1909-12; Minister, M. E. Church, Lebanon, N. H., 
1912-14; Brookline, Mass., 1914-. Born Paola, Nov. 16, 1880. Married 
Alice Mather, July 29, 1912. Child: Gordon Mather, March 2, 1915. 

644. GRACE ELEANORE McMURRAY. SANTIAGO, CHILE, S. A. 

A. B. Teacher Latin, German and English, High School, Cheney, 
1909-11; Homekeeper, 1911-. Kindergarten Teacher, Cochabamba Institute, 
1912-15. Born Garnett, Aug. 30, 1888. Married Charles Samuel Braden, 
No. 616, Oct. 24, 1911. Children: George William, Jan. 13, 1914; Grace 
Elizabeth, Aug. 14, 1916. 



645. ROBERT HUGH McWILLIAMS. SALINA. 

A. B. A. M., The University of Chicago, 1913. Teacher, High School, 
Washington, 1909-12; Graduate Student in History, The University of Chi- 
cago, 1912-13; Instructor in Civics and History, Baker University, 1913-14; 
Principal High School, Salina, 1914-. Born Washington, Oct. 29, 1880. 
Married Laura Viola Nicholson, No. 649, Dec. 30, 1913. Child: Robert 
Hugh, Jr., April 27, 1916. 



646. ELSIE MAE MEYERS. 1117 LEONARD PLACE, EVANSTON, 

ILLINOIS. 

A. B. Teacher, Stanley, 1909-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. Born, Listowel, 
Can., Dec. 18, 1884. Married Harry Thomas Vigour, No. 779, Nov. 27, 1912. 
Child: Hervey Elwood, Feb. 11, 1916. 

647. EDWARD FRANKLIN MILLER. KEENE, N. H. 

A. B. S. T. B., Boston University, 1911. Minister, M. E. Church, Oak 
Grove, Mo., 1903-05; Contoocook, N. H., 1909-11; Keene, N. H., 1911-. 
Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1909-11. Representa- 
tive in State Legislature, N. H., 1914-16. Born, Decatur, Ind., Feb. 21, 
1882. Married Gertrude Jones, Jan. 12, 1901. Child: Waldo Burnett, Sept. 
29, 1901. 

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648. WALTER DAVID MOLBY. 59 BEDFORD ST., NEW YORK, 
NEW YORK. 

A. B. M. A., Yale University, 1914. Real Estate and Advertising, 
Butte, Mont., 1909-10; Secretary, Y. M. C. A., The University of Georgia, 
Athens, Ga., 1910-12; Graduate Student, Yale Divinity School, 1912-13; 
Graduate Student in Philosophy and Psychology, Yale University, 1913-14; 
Teacher, Hamilton Institute for Boys, New York City, 1914; Private Sec- 
retary to Guido Bruno, Publisher, New York City, 1915; Advertising, 
Hoyt's Service, Inc., 1916-. Author "Hippopotamus Tails." Born Linn, 
Feb. 22, 1888. Brother of Nos. 390, 816. 



649. LAURA VIOLA NICHOLSON. SALINA. 

A. B. Teacher, Jewell City, 1909-10; Teacher, Burrton, 1910-13; Home- 
keeper, 1913-. Born, Scranton, Sept. 30, 1886. Married Robert Hugh Mc- 
Williams, No. 645, Dec. 30, 1913. Child: Robert Hugh, Jr., April 27, 1916. 



650. RALPH THOMAS O'NEIL. OSAGE CITY. 

A. B. LL. B., Harvard University, 1913. Teacher, Clay Co. High 
School, Clay Center, 1909-10; Law Student, Harvard University, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1910-13; Lawyer, Osage City, 1913-. County Attorney, 
Osage Co., Lyndon, 1915-. Born, Osage City, Aug. 8, 1888. 



651. EDNA BELLE PEARCE. WINNIPEG, CAN. 

B. L, Teacher, Grades, Topeka, 1909-13; Homekeeper, 1913-. Born 

Burlington, Dec. 11, 1885. Married William David Green, No. 521, Jan. 

14, 1914. Children: Ferris Jane, Nov. 23, 1914; William David, Jr., May 
9, 1916. 



652. ANNA DOWNEY PORTER. CRANDON HALL, ROME, ITALY. 

A. B.; A. M., 1913. Student, Oxford University, England; Paris, France, 
1909-10; Instructor in Modern Languages, Baker University, 1910-12; In- 
structor in French Language and Literature, Baker University, 1912-13; 
Missionary, Rome, Italy, 1913-. Born, Chicago, 111., Jan. 21, 1887. Sister 
of No. 766. 



653. THEODORE FRANKLIN RUDISILL. SYLVIA. 

A. B. S. T. B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1915. A. M., Northwestern 
University, 1915. Minister, M. E. Church, LeLoup, 1907-08; Centenary, 
Lawrence, 1908-09; Whitewater, 1909-12; Graduate Student, Garrett Biblical 
Institute and Northwestern University, 1912-15; Worth, 111., 1912-15; Udall, 
1915-17; Sylvia, 1917-. Born, Ottawa Co., Kans., Oct. 25, 1882. Married 
Stella Marsh, June 27, 1906. 



654. MARY ESTELLE SHANNON. RANGOON, BURMA, INDIA. 

A. B. Missionary, Principal Burmese Girls' School, Rangoon, Burma, 
India, 1909-. Born, Winfield, Iowa, April 6, 1880. 

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655. KENNETH KIPPLE SIMMONS. HUTCHINSON. 

B. S. LL. B., The University of Kansas, 1913. With Sears, Roebuck 
& Co., Chicago, 111., 1909-10; Law Student, The University of Kansas, 
1910-13; Lawyer, Hutchinson, 1913-. Born Kansas City, Mo., June 24, 

1888. 

656. BONNIDELL SISSON. OTTUMWA, IA. 

B. L. Teacher, Primary, Tulsa, Okla., 1909-10; Homekeeper, 1910-. 
Central Province President, Alpha Chi Omega, 1910-15. Born Winnemuca, 
Nev., Dec. 5, 1886. Married Newton William Roberts, No. 720, June 14, 
1910. Daughter of No. 50. 

657. MABEL BLANCHE STEVENSON. WALTON. 

Ph. B. Graduate Student, Kansas State Normal School, Summer, 1910. 
Teacher, English and History, High School, Eskridge, 1909-10; Mathe- 
matics and Botany, High School, Solomon, 1910-12; same, Seneca, 1912-14; 
Homekeeper, Goff, 1914-15; Ingalls, 1915-16; Walton, 1916-. Born, South 
Cedar, Oct. 22, 1887. Married George Elmer Battin, June 30, 1914. Sister 
of No. 897. 



658. DEWITT CORWIN THOMAS. WAKITA, OKLA. 

A. B. Principal Schools, Jamestown, 1909-10; Farmer, Wakita, Okla., 
1910-11; Teacher Normal Training, High School, Wamego, 1911-12; Far- 
mer, Wakita, Okla., 1912-. Born Wilson, Nov. 6, 1885. Brother of No. 603. 

659. ROMANIA RAE WILTROUT. LOGAN. 

B. L. Teacher Latin and History, High School, White City, 1909-11; 
High School, Logan, 1911-14; Student, Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, 
O., 1914-15; Teacher Normal Training, High School, Logan, 1915-. Born 
Logan, Jan. 22, 1887. 

660. COSMO CLYDE WISE. McDADE, TEX. 

Ph. B. LL. B., Lincoln-Jefferson University, Hammond, Ind., 1913. 
Graduate Student in History, The University of Texas, Summer, 1915. Su- 
perintendent Schools, Garfield, 1909-10; Farmer, Robstown, Tex., 1910- 
12; Principal High School, Robston, Tex., 1912-13; Principal High School, 
Sinton, Tex., 1913-15; Teacher History and English, Powell University 
Training School, Dallas, Tex., 1915-16; Superintendent Schools, McDade, 
Tex., 1916-. Born Pendleton, Ind., Jan. 22, 1885. Married, Cenil Tillery, 
Dec. 27, 1914. 

661. EDITH ROSAMOND YOUTSEY. c/o LAWRENCE HALL, NAN- 

KING, CHINA. 

A. B. Teacher English and History, High School, Waterville, 1909- 
10; English, High School, Herington, 1910-11; Graduate Student in Eng- 
lish, The University of Chicago, 1911-12; Missionary, Nanking, China, 1912-. 
Born Troy, O., March 12, 1883. 

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CLASS OF 1910. 

662. ORVAL DUANE ALLIS. VIRGIL. 

A. B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1910-11; Farmer and Teacher, Virgil, 
1911-12; Superintendent Schools, Virgil, 1912-. Born Virgil, Feb. 27, 1884. 
Married Gertrude Annette Cundiff, No. 673, July 19, 1911. Brother of No. 
731. 

663. LIONEL ANDRISS ANDERSON. GLENDIVE, MONT. 

A. B.; Ped. B. M. D., Washington University, 1916. Student, The 
University of Chicago, Summer, 1911. Superintendent Schools, Fairview, 
1910-12; Medical Student, The University of Kansas, 1912-14; Medical Stu- 
dent, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1914-16; Assistant Surgeon, 
Northern Pacific Ry., Glendive, Mont., 1916-. Member American Medical 
Association. Born Peoria, III., April 11, 1887. 

664. EMILY ANNADOWN. LAWRENCE. 

B. L. At Home, Lawrence, 1910. Born Sterling, 1880. Sister of No. 

665. MAY ANNADOWN. 

B. L. Teacher, High School, Ellsworth, 1910-11; Homekeeper. Born 
Sterling, 1886. Married Claude A. Doty. Sister of No. 664. 

666. CLAYTON ARTHUR AXTON. PLEASANTON. 

A. B. Graduate Student in Physics, Kansas State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Summer, 1912; In Education, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1916. Teacher Science and Mathematics, High School, Great Bend, 1910- 
11; Science and Principal, High School, Great Bend, 1911-13; Superin- 
tendent Schools, Florence, 1913-16; Superintendent Schools, Pleasanton, 
1916-. Born Cherryvale, Feb. 12, 1881. Married Laura E. White, Aug. 29, 
1911. Child: James Willis, May 7, 1915. Brother of Nos. 404, 1025. 

667. HERBERT AUGUSTUS BAILEY. TUSCOLA, ILL. 

A. B. Member Quartette, Lyceum Bureau, 1910-. Professional Singer 
and Organizer of Professional Companies affiliated with Ralph Dunbar, 
Producer, New York City. Born Princeton, March 21, 1890. Married Mary 
Katherine Rice, Sept. 1, 1915. Brother of Nos. 405, 406, 407, 408. 

668. *OLIVER WILLIAM BROWN. 

A. B. Principal Schools, Edgerton, 1910-11; Graduate Student in The- 
ology, Boston University, 1911-13. Born Lenexa, Aug. 28, 1886. Died June 
5, 1913, burial at Olathe. Brother of Nos. 560, 968. 

669. FRANCIS LEROY COOPER. 342 4TH AVE., SAN FRANCISCO, 

CALIFORNIA. 

A. B. B. D., Union Theological Seminary, 1914. Graduate Student in 
Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1910-14; Assistant 

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Pastor of the 61st Street M. E. Church, New York City, 1910-11; Minister, 
Congregational Church, Cresskill, N. J., 1911-14; Richmond, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., 1914-. Born Topeka, Sept. 2, 1884. Married Pearl Brown, Sept. 
9, 1912 (died Sept. 23, 1915). Married Clara Ross, Jan. 15, 1917. Child: 
Francis Brown, Sept. 23, 1915. 

670. FLORELLA TUCKER COUNTS. WILSON. 

A. B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1913. 
Teacher Latin and Mathematics, High School, Irving, 1910-12; Mathe- 
matics, High School, Baldwin City, 1912-13; Latin and English, High 
School, Wilson, 1913-14; Homekeeper, Wilson, 1915-. Born Baldwin City, 
Feb. 8, 1886. Married Walter D. McKittrick, March 10, 1915. Child: 
Laura Belle, April 19, 1916. Sister of No. 741. 

671. HARVEY LEROY COX. SPRINGFIELD, MO. 

A. B., Ped. B. Managing Woodruff Office Building, Springfield, Mo., 
1910-15; Cashier, German-American Bank, Springfield, Mo., 1915-. Born, 
Hartville, Mo., June 20, 1888. Married Juliet Williams, Jan, 28, 1914. 

672. MYRNICE MARCIA CRYSLER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A. B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Eudora, 1910-11; 
Latin, English and German, High School, Edwardsville, 1911-12; Home- 
keeper, Baldwin City, 1912-. Born, Oskaloosa, June 24, 1888. Married 
Orville Scott Morgan, July 25, 1912. Children: Buena Vista, Oct. 25, 
1913; Orville Scott, Jr., June 19, 1915; Myrnice Noreen, Sept. 27, 1916. 
Daughter of No. 20. 

673. GERTRUDE ANNETTA CUNDIFF. VIRGIL. 

A. B. Teacher Latin, High School, Leroy, 1910-11; Principal High 
School, Virgil, 1911-. Member Classical Association of the Middle West 
and South. Born, Talmage, April 8, 1887. Married Orval Duane Allis, 
No. 662, July 19, 1911. Sister of Nos. 674, 675. 

674. PEARL CUNDIFF. c/o EXPERIMENT STATION, BOZEMAN, 

MONTANA. 

A. B. Teacher, High School, Harveyville, 1910-12; Homekeeper, Moc- 
casin, Mont, 1912-13; Bozeman, Mont., 1913-. Born Talmage, Sept. 29, 
1885. Married Ralph W. Gilman, March 9, 1912. Children: Harold Sylvius, 
April 22, 1913; Lauren Cundiff, Nov. 24, 1914; Edward Irving, July 24, 1916. 
Sister of Nos. 673, 675. 

675. RUBY ETHEL CUNDIFF. BALDWIN CITY. 

A. B. Assistant Librarian, B. U., 1910-. Born Talmage, April 17, 
1890. Sister of Nos. 673, 674. 

676. FAITH DEAN. KINGMAN. 

A. B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1910-11; Homekeeper, 1911-. Born, 
Peru, Neb., July 10, 1888. Married Ralph Mcllrath, No. 706, Oct. 11, 
1911. Child: Frances Helen, Dec. 6, 1913. Sister of No. 861. 

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677. LUTHER HERBERT DITZLER. CHETOPA. 

A. B. Mercantile Business, Chetopa, 1910-. Born Chetopa, Jan. 13, 

1887. 

678. ETHEL DOUGHERTY. GARDEN CITY. 

A. B. Teacher Latin, High School, Cherryvale, 1910-12; Latin and 
History, High School, Garden City, 1912-. Born, Logan, June 8, 1889. 

679. JESSIE MARGUERITE EDWARDS. CHETOPA. 

A. B. At Home, Chetopa, 1910-12; Student in German, Berlin and 
Hanover, Germany, 1912-14; At Home, Chetopa, 1914-. Born, Princeton, 
111., Oct. 15, 1889. 

680. FLORA MABEL EINSEL. MANHATTAN. 

B. S. B. S. in Home Economics, Kansas State Agricultural College, 
1916. At Home, Greensburg, 1910-11; Homekeeper, Manhattan, 1911-; Pur- 
veyor, Domestic Science Department, K. S. A. C, 1916-. Born, Lafayette, 
Ind., April 24, 1885. Married Rufus S. Kirk, June 20, 1911. 

681. RILEY WHITE GEARY. RECTOR, ARK. 

A. B. Graduate Student in Education, The University of Missouri, 
Summers, 1915, 16. Principal Schools, Collyer, 1910-11; Teacher English 
and History, High School, Mountain Home, Ark., 1911-13; Normal Train- 
ing Instructor, High School, Mountain Home, Ark., 1913-15; Teacher 
English, Physics and History, High School, Rector, Ark., 1916-. Born, 
Topeka, July 17, 1888. 

682. ZULA ELBA GREEN. 428 N. 16TH ST., KANSAS CITY. 

A. B. Teacher, High School, Moran, 1910-11; High School, Win- 
chester, 1911-12; Grades, Kansas City, 1912-14; High School, Leaven- 
worth, 1914-16; Homekeeper, Kansas City, 1916-. Born, Blue Mound, 
March 28, 1889. Married Herbert Edward Griswold, July 2, 1916. Sister 
of Nos. 420, 521, 573. 

683. ALICE LILA HAIGH. ELMONT. 

A. B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Barnard, 1910-11 
Latin and German, Gove, 1911-12; Latin and German, Barnard, 1912-14 
Latin and German, Lincoln, 1914-15; Latin and English, Elmont, 1915-16 
German and English, Elmont, 1916-. Born, Sabetha, Jan. 5, 1889. Sister 
of No. 17, C. 

684. LAWRENCE KINGSLEY HALL. NEW YORK, N. Y. 

B. S. Teacher Mathematics, Norton Co. High School, Norton, 1910- 
11; Superintendent Schools, Cheney, 1911-12; State High School Secretary, 
Y. M. C A., Topeka, 1912-16; County Work Staff, International Committee 
Y. M. C. A., New York City, 1917-. Instructor Estes Park Y. M. C. A. 
Summer Schools, 1915-16. Born Riley, July 27, 1886. Married Margaret 
E. Brown, June 26, 1912. Children: William McBrown, Aug. 11, 1913; 
James Worthington, Nov. 30, 1915. Brother of No. 464. 

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685. JAMES HOWARD HANGER. 414 W. 121ST ST., NEW YORK, 

NEW YORK. 

A. B. A. M., The University of Kansas, 1911. Fellow in Education, 
The University of Kansas, 1910-11; Superintendent Schools, Rossville, 
1912-14; Assistant in Education, The University of Illinois, 1914-15; Teacher 
of Social Science and Vocational Counsellor, High School, Decatur, 111., 
1915-16; Assistant in Education, Teachers' College, Columbia University, 
Summer, 1913; Graduate Student, Teachers' College, Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1916-. Contributor to educational journals. Author, "Legal Status 
of the High School" in "The Modern High School." Member Phi Delta 
Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi. Born, McPherson, Dec. 16, 1879. 

686. WILLARD GLASS HAZEN. ABBYVILLE. 

A. B. Bookkeeper and Cashier, Peoples' State Bank, Baldwin City, 
1910-15; With Southwest National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City, Mo., 
1916; Banker, Abbyville, 1916-. Born, Erie, Nov. 8, 1888. Brother of No. 
920. 



687. LENA ELIZABETH HENRY. LIBERAL. 

A. B. Teacher, Latin and English, Union High School, Burns, 1910-12; 
Principal, Union High School, Burns, 1912-14; Teacher Latin and English, 
Union High School, Burns, 1914-15; At Home, Topeka, 1915-16; Principal, 
High School and Teacher Latin and Normal Training, Liberal, 1916-. 
Born, Saratoga, N. Y., April 22, 1880. 

688. WILBER NICKLE HOLLIDAY. c/o EMPIRE GAS & FUEL CO., 

BARTLESVILLE, OKLA. 

B. S. International Correspondence Schools and Bell Telephone Co., 
Lawrence, 1910-11; Teacher Science, High School, Paola, 1911-14; Building 
Inspector, Rodman, Masonry Inspector, Transitman, A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co., 
Newton, 1914-. Born, Reading, Aug. 5, 1889. 

689. EVELYN PEARL HUME. CHENEY. 

A. B. Teacher History, Latin and German, Spivey, 1910-11; At Home, 
Arkansas City, 1911-12; History, English and German, Hoisington, 1912-14; 
Homekeeper, Cheney, 1914-. Born Olwein, la., March 26, 1887. Married 
Arnold Kurt, Dec. 31, 1914. Sister of No. 747. 

690. GRACE MABEL IRWIN. BALDWIN CITY. 

A. B. Teacher, Latin and Normal Training, High School, Halstead, 
1910-12; Latin, High School, Minneapolis, 1912-16; Principal High School, 
Minneapolis, 1914-16; Instructor in Latin and English, Baker University, 
1916-. Born, Minneapolis, Oct. 3, 1884. Sister of No. 691. 



691. *RALPH JAMES IRWIN. 

A. B. Principal Gove Co. High School, Gove, 1910; At Home, Bald- 
win City, 1911-12. Born, Minneapolis, Sept. 18, 1887. Died Sept. 21, 1912, 
burial at Minneapolis. Brother of No. 690. 

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692. ANNIE JAGGARD. 11 N. THORPE, KANSAS CITY. 

A. B. Teacher Latin, High School, Spring Hill, 1910-12; Latin, High 
School, Randolph, 1912-14; Latin, High School, Spring Hill, 1914-15; Latin. 
Argentine High School, Kansas City, 1915-. Born, Jaggard, Dec. 24, 1888. 
Sister of No. 693. 

693. EMMA JAGGARD. 11 N. THORPE, KANSAS CITY. 

A. B. At Home, Kansas City, 1910-14; Homekeeper, Washington, D. 
C, 1914-15; San Francisco, Cal., 1915-. Born Jaggard, Aug. 4, 1886. Mar- 
ried Joy A. Omer, M. D., U. S. N., Sept. 28, 1914. Child: Virginia May, 
July 17, 1915. Sister of No. 692. 



694. HUGH VICTOR JAMIESON. DALLAS, TEX. 

A. B. Mj 
Brother of No. 



A. B. Manager "Movies," 1910-. Born, Burlingame, Oct. 5, 1888. 
■"). 1 C. 



695. AMBROSE M. JOHNSTON. MANHATTAN. 

A.B. J.D., University of Michigan, 1913. Law Student with Scholar- 
ship, Columbia University, New York City, 1910-11; Law Student, The 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1911-13; Lawyer, Seattle, 
Wash., 1913-14; Lawyer, Manhattan, 1914-. Born Minneapolis, Nov. 25, 
1887. Brother of No. 925. 



696. MARY GRACE KESLER. NANKING, CHINA, 

A.B. Teacher, Cheney, 1910-12; Missionary, Field Evangelistic and 
Day School Supervisor, Nanking, China, 1912-. Born Dodge City, Dec. 
1, 1886. 



697. GRACE ELLA KUMLER. HOPE. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Blackwell, Okla., 1910-11; 
Teacher, Lindsborg, 1911-12; Homekeeper, Hope, 1912-. Born Kumler, 
111., May 15, 1886. Married Martin Anderson, Dec. 25, 1912. Children: 
Preston Kumler, Oct. 25, 1914; Horace Alfred, Oct. 23, 1915. 

698. BEULAH FERNE LACEY. GODDARD. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Norwich, 1910-12; 
Homekeeper, Goddard, 1912-. Born Moran, Sept. 29, 1889. Married For- 
rest V. Curtis, D.D.S., June 27, 1912. 

699. WESLEY ANDERSON LACEY. PULLMAN, WASH. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1911. Fellow in Economics, The 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1910-11. Teacher History, University 
High School, Reno, Nev., 1911-12; Principal High School, Pomeroy, Wash., 
1913-16; Principal High School, Pullman, Wash., 1916-. Born Moran, June 
12, 1888. Married Feme Lucile Samuel, No. 772, Oct. 2, 1912. Child: 
Myron Dale, Oct. 4, 1913. 

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700. CLARA OLIVA LAURY. MORAN. 

A.B. Teacher, Rural Schools, Moran, 1910-11; Stenographer, Moran, 
1911-13; Teacher, Grades, lola, 1913-15; Nurse's Training, Wesley Memorial 
Hospital, Chicago, 111., 1915-16; At Home, Moran, 1916-. Born Moran, 
Sept. 5, 1886. Sister of Nos. 701, 813, 929. 

701. WILLIAM GODFREY LAURY. MELVERN. 

A.B. Farmer, Moran, 1910-16; Farmer, Melvern, 1916-. Born Moran, 
March 28, 1884. Married Phoebe M. Ellis, Aug. 30, 1911. Children: Edna 
Marie, May 17, 1912; Eleanor Alice, Oct. 4, 1915. Brother of Nos. 700, 813, 
929. 

702. ALFRED EDGAR LEACH. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Graduate Dillenbeck School of Oratory, Kansas City, Mo., 1895. 
Professor of Elocution and Oratory, Baker University, 1895-. Member 
National Speech Arts Association. Born Port Hope, Ontario, Can., Jan. 23, 
1863. Married Martha J. Dougherty, Dec. 28, 1911. Child: Donald Edgar, 
July 3, 1916. Brother of No. 1061. 

703. CLARENCE HENRY LILLIE. RICHLAND, WASH. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Garnett, 1910-12. Born MiamJ 
Co., Kans., Feb. 1, 1883. 

704. NETELLA LOY. APARTADO 908, LIMA, PERL 

A.B. Teacher Latin and German, Chase County High School, Cottoc 
wood Falls, 1910-14; Student, Kennedy School of Missions, Hartford, Conn 
1915-16; Missionary in Rosario, Argentina, 1916 (3 mos.); in Lima, Peru 
1916-. Born Americus, July 29, 1887. 

705. MARY ELLEN MASSEY. BALDWIN CIT\ 

B.L. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1910-11; Teacher, Grade; 
Baldwin City, 1911-. Born Frankfort, Aug. 16, 1885. 

700. RALPH MTLRATH. KINGMAK 

A.B. Farmer, Kingman, 1910-. Born Harrisburg, 111., Jan. 3, 188i 
Married Faith Dean, No. 676, Oct. 11, 1911. Child: Frances Helen, Dec. t 
1913. Brother of No. 882. 

707. CHESTER ARTHUR MILES. COATS 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Bronson, 1910-12; Hutchinson, 1912-14 
Preston, 1914-16; Coats, 1916-. Born New Lebanon, Ind., July 24, 1883 
Married Lilly May Holmes, July 23, 1907. Children: Charlotte Mae, Nov 
24, 1911; Paul Wendell, Dec. 18, 1913; Edgar Loyal, Feb. 8, 1916. 

708. BEN SCUDDER MILLIKAN. 

A.B.; A.M., 1912. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, 1910. 
Born Parnell, Mo., Jan. 2, 1883. 

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709. WINIFRED SARAH MOOREHEAD. ROBINSON. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Sabetha, 1910-11; Latin, High 
School, Holton, 1911-14; Homekeeper, 1914-. Born Waterville, Oct. 27. 
1888. Married William Edwin Nelson, No. 711, June 17, 1914. 

710. CLIVE PAUL MUELLER. CARE GENERAL HOSPITAL, 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B.; Ped.B. M.D., Northwestern University, 1916. Teacher Science, 
High School, Alma, 1910-12; Medical Student, Northwestern University, 
Chicago, 111., 1912-16; House Physician, General Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., 
1916-. Born Sedgwick, Nov. 5, 1887. Brother of Nos. 762, 937. 

711. WILLIAM EDWIN NELSON. ROBINSON. 

A.B. Real Estate and Law Student, Wakeeney, 1910-12; Superintendent 
Schools, Robinson, 1912-. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, 
Summer, 1915; The University of Chicago, Summer, 1916. Born Wakeeney, 
Jan. 5, 1883. Married Winifred Sarah Moorehead, No. 709, June 17, 1914. 

712. DELLA BREYFOGLE PENNOCK. BARNES. 

A.B. Teacher, High School, Hanover, 1910-15; High School, Barnes, 
1915-; Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1916. Born 
Olathe, April 29, 1885. Sister of Nos. 713, 1070. 

713. FLORENCE ELANOR PENNOCK. GIRARD. 

A.B. Teacher, High School, Hoisington, 1910-11; High School, Har- 
veyville, 1911-13; High School and Grades, Fulton, 1913-14; High School, 
Edwardsville, 1914-15; Girard, 1916-. Graduate Student, The University of 
Chicago, Summer, 1916. Born Olathe, July 31, 1887. Sister of Nos. 712, 
1070. 

714. RAYMOND WILLIS PORTER. MANILA, P. I. 

A.B., Mus.B., 1911. Student, B. U. Conservatory of Music, 1910-11; 
Teacher in Bureau of Education, P. I., 1912-14; Student in Music, Leipsig, 
Germany, 1914; Student in Music, Chicago, 111., 1915; Teacher of Public 
School Music, Philippine Normal School, Manila, P. I., 1915-. Born Pleas- 
anton, Dec. 14, 1889. 

715. SADIE VESTA POTTORF. DEXTER. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Burden, 1910-12; 
English and Latin, High School, Dexter, 1912-; Homekeeper, Dexter, 1916-. 
Born Oskaloosa, Aug. 31, 1887. Married Elmer L. Wilson, June 4, 1916. 

716. FRED ALLEN PRICE, 702 MIDLAND BLDG, KANSAS CITY, 

MO. 

B.S. Student in Journalism, The University of Missouri, 1915-16. P. O. 
Clerk, Baldwin City, 1910-14; Circulation Manager, Journal-World, Law- 
rence, 1914-15; Editor, Columbia Daily Times, Columbia, Mo., 1915-16; Field 
Manager, White and Myers Chautauqua and Lyceum Bureau, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1916-. Editor-in-chief and Business Manager, Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Journal, 1912-16. Born Baldwin City, Jan. 10, 1888. Married Berna Joseph- 
ine Hannum, No. 12C, June 12, 1914. Brother of No. 146. 

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717. RUTH OSBORNE PRICE. DECATUR, ILL. 

A.B. A.M., DePauw University, 1915. Teacher History, High School, 
Iola, 1910-13; Teacher History, Academy of DePauw University, Green- 
castle, Ind., 1913-15; History, High School, Decatur, 111., 1915-. Born Pitts- 
burg, Nov. 20, 1887. Daughter of No. 27, Sister of No. 1001. 

718. ELLA MAY RAPP. WHITEWATER. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Gove, 1910-11; Latin 
and. German, High School, Whitewater, 1911-15; At Home, Baldwin City, 
1915-16; Homekeeper, Whitewater, 1916-. Born Baldwin City, Jan. 21, 1888. 
Married Edward Corman, June 28, 1916. Sister of Nos. 159, 943. 

719. WILLIAM SHELDON RHODENBAUGH. 

A.B.; Agent International Correspondence School, Iola, 1910. Born 
Harper, 1887. 

720. NEWTON WILLIAM ROBERTS. OTTUMWA, IA. 

A.B. LL.B., Drake University. Law Student, Drake University, Des 
Moines, la., 1910; Official Court Reporter, 5th Judicial District, Ottumwa, 
la., 1910-14; Lawyer, Ottumwa, la., 1914-16; Secretary to John R. Mott, 
Secretary International Y. M. C. A., 1916; Lawyer, Ottumwa, la., 1916-. 
Born Indianapolis, Ind., July 6, 1881. Married Bonnidell Sisson, No. 656, 
June 14, 1910. 

721. HARRIS RAY RUNION. BLUFF CITY. 

A.B. S.T.B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1915. A.M., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1915. Minister, M. E. Church, Spearville, 1910-12; German Valley, 
111., 1912-14; Graduate Student, Garrett Biblical Institute and Northwestern 
University, 1912-15; Bluff City, 1915-. Born Wellington, Jan. 16, 1886. 
Married Ella Alderson, June 11, 1910. Child: Harriett Ella, Sept. 20, 1912. 

722. FRANKLIN WINTON RYAN. SALINA. 

A.B. At Home, Troy, 1910-11; Student Music, The University of Kan- 
sas, 1912; Newspaper Reporter, Ft. Worth and San Antonio, Tex., 1913; 
Professor English, Peacock Military College, San Antonio, Tex., 1914-15; 
Professor of Science and Mathematics, St. John's Military Academy, Salina, 
1915-. Composer various musical productions. Born Meadville, Pa., July 
25, 1888. 

723. WALTON CARR SAMPLE. KINGMAN. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Kingman, 1910-11; Book- 
keeper, State Bank of Kingman, Kingman, 1912-15; Assistant Cashier, State 
Bank of Kingman, Kingman, 1915-. Born Kingman, Dec. 9, 1887. Married 
Correa R. Walter, June 20, 1911. Child: Ruth Correa, Feb. 22, 1913. 
Brother of Nos. 331, 828. 

724. HELEN ELIZABETH SMITH. LARNED. 

A.B. Teacher English, Latin and German, High School, Scott City, 
1910-11; Latin, German and Music, High School, Wellsville, 1911-12; Princi- 

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pal High School and Teacher Latin and Botany, Douglas, 1912-13; At 
Home, Baldwin City, 1913-14; Homekeeper, Larned, 1914-. Born Kansas 
City, Mo., May 29, 1889. Married C. E. Shepherd, A.B., M.D., Aug. 17, 
1914. Sister of No. 1011. 

725. *MABLE STENGER. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and History, High School, Council Grove, 1910-11; 
At Home, Council Grove, 1911-13. Born Council Grove, June 28, 1888. 
Died April 30, 1913, burial at Council Grove. 

726. LOTTIE LAZETTE SWAYZE. 1416 MINNESOTA AVE., KAN- 

SAS CITY. 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Baldwin, 1910-12; Departmental Work, Irving 
School, Kansas City, 1912-14; English, High School, Kansas City, 1914-. 
Born Hiawatha, May 30, 1872. 

727. HARRIET MAY TULLER. GARDNER. 

B.L. At Home, Baldwin City, 1910-11; Teacher German, Latin and 
History, High School, Neosho Falls, 1911-12; German and Latin, High 
School, Kinsley, 1912-14; German, English and Latin, High School, Gard- 
ner, 1914-. Born Melvern, Dec. 17, 1884. 

728. DORA AMELIA WAGNER. HAKOZATE, JAPAN. 
Ph.B. Teacher, Jewell City, 1910. Born LaCynge, 1885. 

729. GRACE GERTRUDE WILEY. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Teacher History and English, Principal of High School, Bald- 
win City, 1910-. Born Spring Hill, Aug. 8, 1884. 



CLASS OF 1911. 

730. FLORENCE AMELIA ALLDERDICE. FRANKFORT. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1911-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Coman- 
che Co., Jan. 26, 1888. Married Russie LaClede Hazzard, No. 631, May 22, 
1912. Sister of Nos. 496, 785, 961. 

731. FRANK HOWARD ALLIS. GREAT BEND. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Mathematics and German, High 
School, Spearville, 1911-13; Principal, same, 1912-13; Graduate Student in 
Sociology, The University of Kansas, 1913-14; Teacher Mathematics, High 
School, Baldwin City, 1914-16; Principal High School, Great Bend, 1916-. 
Born Vergil, Nov. 10, 1891. Married Mary Grace Houston, Aug. 18, 1916. 

732. HENRIETTA BARKEMEYER. LYNDHURST, N. J. 

B.L. Teacher, Grades, Coldwater, 1911-12; Homekeeper, Scott City, 
1912-14; Valley Stream, L. I., N. Y., 1914-16; Lyndhurst, N. J., 1916-. Born 
Sedgwick, Feb. 15, 1889. Married Rev. Claude I. Wallace, Sept. 4, 1912. 

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733. ELIZABETH CATHERINE BARNES. DELANO, CALIF. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Southern California, Los 
Angeles, 1911-12; Teacher English and Algebra, High School, San Jacinto, 
Calif., 1912-13; Teacher English and Latin, High School, Delano, Calif., 
1913-. Graduate Student, The University of Southern California, Summer, 
1916. Born Cummings, Nov. 23, 1889. 

734. JENNIE GARNET BENHAM. 1115 TAYLOR ST., SAN FRAN- 

CISCO, CALIF. 

A.B. At Home, Garnett, 1911-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Pleas- 
anton, July 16, 1889. Married Clyde Insley Blanchard, No. 854, June 6, 
1912. Child: Lee Benham, Oct. 2, 1915. Sister of No. 1026. 

735. LOUISE MARIE BRIGGS. PRATT. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Pratt, 1911-. Born Pratt, Sept. 8, 1889. Married 
Herbert T. Smith, Oct. 25, 1911. Children: Robert Francis, July 25, 1912; 
Mildred Etta, April 4, 1915. 

736. ALFRED ARTHUR BROOKS. HASTINGS, NEB. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Davenport, Neb., 1906-10; Superior, Neb., 
1910-11; Hastings, Neb., 1911-. National Chaplain of the Travelers' Pro- 
tective Association. Trustee Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1915-. Born 
Mt. Pleasant, O., Jan. 28, 1878. Married Clara B. Mason, Jan. 12, 1909. 
Children: Alfred Arthur, Jr., Jan. 2, 1913; Lee Culver, April 17, 1916. 
Brother of No. 737. 

737. FOWLER ADELPHI BROOKS. 436 ELM ST, NORMAN, 

OKLA. 

A.B.; A.M. A.M., University of Oklahoma, 1915. A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1916. Superintendent Schools, Guthrie, Okla., 1911-15; Assistant 
Professor Education and Psychology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 
Okla., 1915-. Teacher Educational Psychology, Central State Normal, Ed- 
mond, Okla, Summer, 1915. Member Kappa Delta Pi. Born Baltimore, 
O, Jan. 16, 1885. Married Stella M. Nattier, June 17, 1914. Brother of No. 
736. 

738. WALTER C. BURKET. BALTIMORE, MD. 

A.B. S.B, The University of Chicago, 1911. M.D, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1915. Resident Surgical House Officer, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md, 1915-16; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md, 1916-. Born Kingman, Nov. 16, 1889. 

739. ANNA CLARK. BALDWIN CITY. 

B.L. At Home, Baldwin City, 1911-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Cot- 
tonwood Falls, Feb. 1, 1887. Married James Ralph Jillson, No. 748, July 23, 
1912. Child: Iva Dorothy, Sept. 29, 1914. 

740. LAUREN EDWARD CONGER. 1210 N. STILES, OKLAHOMA 

CITY, OKLA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Lumber Merchant, Yates Center, 1911-15; 
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, Pierson Telegraph and Transmitter Co, 
Topeka, 1915-. Born Chillicothe, Mo, May 18, 1888. Married Nina Emma 
Bauersfield, No. 789, Sept. 17, 1913. Child: Helen Jane, Sept. 26, 1914. 

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741. GEORGE SYLVESTER COUNTS. NEWARK, DEL. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1916. 
Instructor in Science, Sumner County High School, Wellington, 1911-13; 
Principal High School, Peabody, 1912-13; Graduate Student in Education, 
The University of Chicago, 1913-16; Member of Cleveland, O., Survey Staff, 
1915; Professor of Psychology and Education and Director of Summer 
School, Delaware College, Newark, Del., 1916-. Author, "A Study of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools," Bulletin No. 6, 1915, U. S. Bureau of Educa- 
tion; Section on Arithmetic in Grand Rapids Survey, 1916; "Arithmetic 
Tests and Studies in the Psychology of Arithmetic." Born Baldwin City, 
Dec. 9, 1889. Married Lois H. Bailey, Sept. 24, 1913. Brother of No. 670. 

742. NELLE CROSSAN. STILLWATER, OKLA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Assistant in Foreign Languages, South- 
western Oklahoma Normal, Weatherford, Okla., 1911-13; Homekeeper, 
Stillwater, Okla., 1913-. Born Paola, Dec. 24, 1888. Married Robert Oscar 
Whitenton, Sept. 3, 1913. Children: William Sterling, June 10, 1914; Mary 
Elizabeth, Oct. 6, 1916. Sister of No. 860. 

743. INA LUCILLE DIXON. YATES CENTER. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher English and German, High School, 
Moran, 1911-12; Latin and German, High School, Yates Center, 1913-16; 
At Home, Baldwin City, 1916; Teacher German and English, High School, 
Yates Center, Jan., 1917-. Born Wilsey, March 29, 1888. Sister of No. 514. 

744. THOMAS JAMES DUNSTAN. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
A.B. Born Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mex., June, 1888. 

745. *NICHOLAS BEBEE EVANS. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and Athletics, Norton County High School, 
Norton, 1911-12. Born Council Grove, Oct. 21, 1888. Died Aug. 27, 1912, 
burial at Council Grove. 

746. NORA BELLE GEISEN. PAWHUSKA, OKLA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in English, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mer, 1916. Teacher English and Latin, Easton, 1912-13; Basehor, 1913-14; 
7th Grade, Salmon, Ida., 1914-15; Substitute Teacher in English, 7th and 8th 
Grades, Leavenworth, 1915; English, High School, Spring Hill, 1916; Paw- 
huska, Okla., 1916-. Born Leavenworth Co., Dec. 8, 1888. 

747. MARY EMMA DORSEY HUME. ARKANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Ped.B. Graduate Student, The University of Colorado, Boulder, 
Colo., Summer, 1914. Teacher in Grades, Hoisington, 1913-14; Teacher 
German, High School, Arkansas City, 1914-. Born Perry, 111., June 19, 1884. 
Sister of No. 689. 

748. *JAMES RALPH JILLSON. 

A.B. Life Insurance, Topeka, 1911-14; Life Insurance, and President of 
The Jillson Publishing Co., Springfield, Mo., 1914-16. Born Burlington, 
May 19, 1883. Married Anna Clark, No. 739, July 23, 1912. Died Dec. 27, 
1916, burial at Baldwin City. Child: Iva Dorothy, Sept. 29, 1914. 

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749. BEULAH LOUISE KINZER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Frankfort, 1911-13; Baldwin City, 1913-. Born 
Sedgwick, March 18, 1889. Married Charles Shumway, D.D.S., Aug, 16, 
1911. Child: Jane Eleanor, May 12, 1913. Sister of Nos. 470, 471. 

750. MINNIE KLINE. UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEB. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Manson, la., 1911-13; 
Atwood, 1913-14; McDonald, 1914-15; Homekeeper, Chardon, 1915-16; Uni- 
versity Place,, Neb., 1916-. Graduate Student, Nebraska Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1916-. Born Memphis, Mo., Feb. 23, 1884. Married Robert Myers, 
June 7, 1915. Sister of No. 918. 

751. LULU LEVANCHE LaBRANT. MOUND CITY, MO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and English, High School, 
Atlanta, 1911-15; English, High School, Mound City, Mo., 1915-. Born 
Hinckley, 111., May 28, 1888. Sister of No. 873. 

752. WALTER ALVIN LEE. MELVERN. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Kingman, 1911-14; Mathe- 
matics and Principal, High School, Halstead, 1914-16; Farmer, Melvern, 
1916-. Graduate Student in Mathematics, The University of Kansas, Sum- 
mer, 1914. Born Riley, Feb. 2, 1890. 

753. VIRDON MILNE LISTON. OSWEGO. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Waverly, 1911-15; Superintendent 
Schools, Oswego, 1915-. Graduate Student in Education, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York City, Summer, 1914, '15. Born El Dorado Springs, Mo., 
Nov. 4, 1888. Married Madge Ruth Davis, Aug. 14, 1912. Child: Lorene, 
July 1, 1916. Brother of No. 875. 

754. MARY ELEANOR LOCKWOOD. MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 

A.B. Teacher English, Latin and Mathematics, High School, Barnard, 
1911-12; Latin and Mathematics, High School, Morgantown, W. Va., 
1912-13; French and Mathematics, High School, Morgantown, W. Va., 1913-. 
Graduate Student in English, West Virginia University, 1914-15; Graduate 
Student in French, West Virginia University, 1915-16. Born Baldwin City, 
Aug. 17, 1889. Daughter of No. 128. Sister of No. 755. 

755. MYRA AMANDA LOCKWOOD. FOREST CITY, IA. 

A.B.; A.M., 1912. Graduate Student in English, Baker University, 
1911-12; Teacher Mathematics and German, High School, Blytheville, Ark., 
1912-16; Mathematics, Forest City, la., 1916-. Born Baldwin City, Aug. 17, 
1889. Daughter of No. 128. Sister of No. 754. 

756. WILLIAM ELVIN LONG. LA CROSSE. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Pratt, 1911-14; Principal 
High School, Great Bend, 1914-16; Superintendent Schools, La Crosse, 
1916-. Graduate Student in Economics, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1914. Born Overbrook, May 28, 1890. Married Dale Beatrice Whitnah, 
No. 844, Aug. 27, 1912. Child: Jeannette, July 12, 1913. 

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757. MURIEL LOUGH. 833 E. DAKOTA, DENVER, COLO. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Denver, Colo., 1911-. Born Chetopa, Oct. 7, 1888. 
Married O. Harry Woods, Sept. 6, 1911. Children: Dorothy, Aug. 7, 1912; 
Robert Lough, Aug. 12, 1913. 

758. BERTHA MAY MARTIN. GRIDLEY. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Collinsville, Okla., 1911-12; 
English, High School, Pleasanton, 1912-16; English and German, High 
School, Gridley, 1916-. Born Raymore, Mo., May 4, 1888. 

759. OTHO JOHN M'CULLOH. GREENLEAF. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Baldwin Circuit, 1910-11; Auburn, 
1911-13; Lecompton, 1913-14; Enterprise, 1914-16; Greenleaf, 1916-. Born 
Sylvan, Pa., June 6, 1877. Married Eva F. Skaggo, March 14, 1906. Chil- 
dren: Marshall S., March 22, 1909; Gerald Otto, Sept. 10, 1912. 



760. MARY EDITH MILHAM. SPIVEY. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Belpre, 1911-12; Latin 
and History, High School, Blytheville, Ark., 1912-13; Latin, History and 
German, High School, Spivey, 1913-14; At Home, Baldwin City, 1914-15; 
Homekeeper, Spivey, 1915-. Born Ithaca, Neb., July 2, 1888, Married C. J. 
Boyle, Dec. 31, 1915. Sister of No. 934. 

761. GEORGE WARREN MORRIS. 613 TOPEKA AVE., TOPEKA. 

A.B. Student, Dougherty's Business College, 1911; Stenographer, Gen- 
eral Manager's Office, Rock Island Ry., 1911-12; Charge of Advertising, 
International Harvester Co. of America, Topeka, 1913-. Born Wakarusa, 
Jan. 12, 1886. Married Cora Nooner, March 1, 1916. Child: Warren 
Nooner, Aug. 13, 1916. Brother of No. 936. 



762. VERNETTE A. MEULLER. WICHITA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Chemistry, The University of Chicago, 
Summer, 1914. Teacher Science and Mathematics, High School, Anthony 
1911-12; Assistant Chemist, Cudahy Packing Co., Kansas City, 1912-13; Prin- 
cipal High School, Sedgwick, 1913-14; Teacher Chemistry, High School, 
Wichita, 1914-15; Insurance, Wichita, 1915-. Born Sedgwick, June 7, 1889. 
Brother of Nos. 710, 937. 



763. FRED WILLIAM MULSOW. 5725 DREXEL AVE, CHICAGO, 
ILL. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and Science, High School, Wathena, 
1911-13; Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, 1913-15; Fellow in 
Bacteriology, The University of Kansas, 1914-15; Assistant Food Bacteri- 
ologist, The University of Kansas, 1915; Assistant Professor of Bacteriol- 
ogy, State Agricultural College, Pullman, Wash, 1915; Graduate Student 
in Bacteriology, The University of Chicago, 1916-; Assistant in Department 
of Bacteriology, The University of Chicago, 1916-. Member "American 
Society for the Advancement of Science." Born Baldwin City, Oct. 6, 1882. 

185 



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764. JOHN HARLAN OSBORNE. LEAVENWORTH, WASH. 

A.B. Principal High School, Starbuck, Wash., 1911-12; Principal High 
School, Peshastin, Wash., 1912-13; Superintendent Schools, Leavenworth, 
Wash., 1913-. Born Cadmus, March 9, 1889. Brother of No. 939. 

765. MAY PILKINGTON. COFFEY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Wellsville, 1911-12; Latin and English, Gypsum, 
1912-14; At Home, Garnett, 1914-15; Teacher Latin and English, High 
School, Coffey, Mo., 1915- ; Principal, same, 1916-. Graduate Student in 
English, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1912, '16. Born Garnett, 
Feb. 25, 1888. 

766. HELEN FREDERICKA PORTER. 130 E. 18TH ST., MINNE- 

APOLIS, MINN. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and German, High School, 
Garnett, 1911-12; Graduate Student, Berlin, Germany, 1912-13; Teacher Ger- 
man, High School, Great Bend, 1913-14; Homekeeper, Minneapolis, Minn., 
1914-. Born Chicago, 111., March 19, 1889. Married Ross Allen Baker, 
Ph.D., Dec. 30, 1914. Child: Philip, Nov. 30, 1916. Sister of No. 652. 

767. ARCHIE DAYTON POWER. CARE CARNEGIE INSTITU- 

TION, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

B.S. Alpha Delta Sigma. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1912. 
Fellow in Physics, The University of Kansas, 1911-12; Graduate Student in 
Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1914-16; With Department of Ter- 
restrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C, 1912-14; in 
Field Work, mostly in South America, with Magnetic Survey Yacht, "Car- 
negie," 1916-. Born Baldwin City, Aug. 28, 1887. Brother of Nos. 538, 768. 

768. BERTHA EUNICE POWER. BURNS. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and Mathematics, High 
School, Waverly, 1911-13; Homekeeper, 1913-. Born Baldwin City, Jan. 3, 
1889. Married Lewis Roland Icke, No. 809, June 4, 1913. Child: Roland 
Nathaniel, Nov. 10, 1915. Sister of Nos. 538, 767. 

769. MINER RAYMOND PYLES. MERCEDITA, CABANAS, CUBA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Chemistry, The University of Chicago, 
Summers, 1914, '15, '16. Bench Chemist, American Beet Sugar Co., Rocky 
Ford, Colo., 1911; Assistant Chemist, Francisco Sugar Co., Francisco, Cuba, 
1911-12; Bench Chemist, American Beet Sugar Co., Oxnard, Calif., 1912; 
Chemist, Jatibonico Sugar Co., Jatibonico, Cuba, 1912-13; Chemist, Amer- 
ican Beet Sugar Co., Oxnard, Calif., 1913; Chief Chemist, Cuban American 
Sugar Co., Tinguaro, Cuba, 1913-16; With Corn Products Refining Co., 
Argo, 111., 1916; Chief Chemist, Cuban American Sugar Co., Cabanas, Cuba, 
1917-. Born Knob Noster, Mo., Nov. 18, 1888. 

770. VERNON MILTON REPPERT. RUSSELL. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Wakeeney, 1911-13; Principal High School, 
Russell, 1914-. Born Westpoint, Neb., Aug. 25, 1887. Married Hazel Hen- 
thorn, Oct. 10, 1914. 

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771. FERNE LUCILE SAMUEL. PULLMAN, WASH. 

A.B. Teacher English and German, High School, Conway Springs, 
1911-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Moran, March 12, 1890. Married Wes- 
ley Anderson Lacey, No. 699, Oct. 2, 1912. Child: Myron Dale, Oct. 4, 1913. 

772. SCOTT C. SIEGLE. 153 HIGH ST., So. HANSON, MASS. 

A.B. Teacher, Rural Schools, Anderson Co., 1911-13; Ministerial (M. 
E.) Supply, Harris, 1912-13; Prescott, 1913-14; Minister, M. E. Church, Pres- 
cott, 1914-15; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1915-. 
Born Rooks Co., Feb. 19, 1884. Married Irene Watt, Sept. 10, 1913. 

773. MARGARET AGNES SMITH. SHAWNEE, OKLA. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1914. Teacher Latin, English, 
History, High School, Gaylord, 1911-12; English and Latin, Belleville 
1912-13; Graduate Student in English, The University of Kansas, 1913-14 
Teacher English and Normal Training, High School Herington, 1914-15 
English, High School, Shawnee, Okla., 1916-. Born Westmoreland, Jan. 
19, 1890. Sister of No. 948. 

774. GERALD WRIGHT STAFFORD. INDEPENDENCE. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Merchant, Altoona, 1911-14; Grocer, Inde- 
pendence, 1914-. Born Altoona, July 29, 1889. Married Beryl Blanchard, 
No. 792, July 1, 1912. 

775. WILLIAM RODNEY THOMPSON. 779 CASS AVE., DETROIT, 

MICH. 

A.B. C.P.A. (Certified Public Accountant ), State of Wisconsin. In- 
structor in Commercial Branches, Baker University, 1911-12; High School, 
Washington, 1912-13; Instructor in Accounting, Ellsworth College, Iowa 
Falls, la., 1913-14; Instructor in Business Administration, Extension Divi- 
sion, University of Wisconsin, 1914-16; System Service Division, Advertis- 
ing Department, Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Detroit, Mich., 1916-. 
Graduate Student in Economics, The University of Kansas, Summers, 1912, 
'13, '16; The University of Wisconsin, Summer, 1914. Born Howard, April 
15, 1885. Married Ethel Keys, Nov. 28, 1916. Brother of No. 1082. 

776. WILLARD F. TIDYMAN. 467 SUMMER ST., STAMFORD, 

CONN. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. M.A., Columbia University, 1914. Ph.D., 
New York University, 1915. Graduate Student, Kansas State Normal 
School, Summer, 1912. Principal Schools, Arcadia, 1911; Superintendent 
Schools, Durham, 1911-12; Substitute Teacher, High School of Commerce, 
New York City, 1914-15; Bureau of Statistics, Office of Superintendent of 
Schools, New York City, Summer, 1915; Principal of Hart School, Stam- 
ford, Conn., 1915-. Graduate Scholar, Columbia University, 1914; Graduate 
Fellow, New York University, 1914-15. Member Phi Delta Kappa. Born 
Marion, Jan. 3, 1888. Marrie'd Ethel Reed, Sept. 24, 1911. 

777. *NELLIE EDITH TROUTMAN. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Nortonville, 1911-12; High School, 
Beloit, 1912. Born Beloit, April 4, 1888. Died April 26, 1913, burial at 
Beloit. 

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1911] GRADUATES 

778. BERTHA CARRIE VERNON. HIAWATHA. 

A.B. Teacher German and Latin, Cherokee Co. High School, Colum- 
bus, 1911-13; German and Latin, High School, Gas, 1913-14; Grades, Kansas 
City, 1914-16; German and Physical Training, High School, Hiawatha, 1916-. 
Born Corning, Dec. 29, 1888. Sister of No. 957. 

779. HARRY THOMAS VIGOUR. 1117 LEONARD PLACE, EVANS- 

TON, ILL. 

A.B. A.M., Gallaudet College, 1912. Student Gallaudet College, 
Washington, D. C, 1911-12; Teacher, State School for the Deaf, Olathe, 
1912-13; Teacher, Fanwood School for the Deaf, New York City, 1913-15; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1915-. Born 
Olathe, May 25, 1887. Married Elsie May Meyers, No. 646, Nov. 27, 1912. 
Child: Hervey Elwood, Feb. 11, 1916. 

780. GEORGE ROY WHITE. GENTRY, ARK. 

A.B. Chemist, Rocky Ford, Colo., 1911; Manager Liberty Mfg. Co., 
Sioux City, la., 1912; Superintendent Schools and Farmer, Gentry, Ark., 
1913-. Mayor, Gentry, Ark., 1916-17. Born Dexter, la., July 10, 1886. Mar- 
ried lone Wynkoop, May 19, 1912. Children: Albert Wynkoop, Nov. 15, 
1913; George Roy, Jr., Dec. 5, 1915. Brother of No. 443. 

781. CYRIL MELVIN WHITLOW. LEWIS. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Fall River, 1911-12; Superintendent 
Schools, Arcadia, 1912-14; Superintendent Schools, Lewis, 1914-. Graduate 
Student in Education, The University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., Sum- 
mers, 1914, '15; The University of Kansas, Summer, 1916. Born Moran, 
Dec. 24, 1886. Married Rena Adeline Wilcox, No. 783, Aug. 7, 1912. 

782. ALVIN SILAS WIGHT. NEWTON. 

A.B.; Ped.B. Graduate Student in Economics, Harvard University, 
1915-16. Principal High School, Peabody, 1911-12; Principal High School, 
Marion, 1912-15; Principal High School, Newton, 1916-. Born Antelope, 
July 12, 1887. Married Lucile Meredith Smalley, Dec. 26, 1916. 

783. RENA ADELINE WILCOX. LEWIS. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Winchester, 1911-12; Homekeeper, 1912-. 
Born St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 14, 1884. Married Cyril Melvin Whitlow, No. 
781, Aug. 7, 1912. 

784. GLENN AUSTIN WILLGUS. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 

B.S. D.D.S., Kansas City Dental College, 1915. Teacher Science, Clay 
County High School, Clay Center, 1911-12; Student Kansas City Dental 
College, Kansas City, Mo., 1912-15; Dentist, Kansas City, Mo., 1915-16; 
Colorado Springs, Colo., 1916-. Born St. Marys, Nov. 6, 1886. Married 
Blanche Etta Coffman, No. 795, Oct. 9, 1915. 

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CLASS OF 1912. 

785. JAMES HENRY ALLDERDICE. COLDWATER. 

A.B. General Merchandise, Coldwater, 1912-. Born Comanche Co., 
March 30, 1891. Married Elsie Blake, Oct. 22, 1913. Child: Marjorie Lu- 
cile, Aug. 20, 1915. Brother of Nos. 496, 730, 961. 

786. RALPH RANDOLPH ALLEN. 4106 HYDE PARK AVE., KAN- 

SAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. LL.B., Kansas City School of Law, 1916. Deputy Collector U. S. 
Internal Revenue, Leavenworth, 1912-13; Student Kansas City School of 
Law, 1913-16; Attorney at Law, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. Born Freeport, 
111., Dec. 22, 1889. 

787. EDITH ENSLIN AMES. PRINCETON. 

A.B. Graduate Student in German and Education, The University of 
Chicago, Summer, 1915. Teacher German and Latin, High School, Spivey, 
1912-13; Maple Hill, 1913-15; Herington, 1915-16; At Home, Baldwin City, 
1916; Teacher English and History, High School, Princeton, Jan., 1917-. 
Born Moline, Dec. 6, 1888. Sister of No. 374. 

788. CORA LENA AULT. FAYETTE, MO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Latin, The University 
of Kansas, Summer, 1914. Teacher Latin and German, High School, 
Wellsville, 1912-13; Latin, Abilene, 1913-16; Latin, Howard-Payne College, 
Fayette, Mo., 1916-. Born Valley Falls, Dec. 14, 1890. Sister of Nos. 293, 
375, 447, 498, 851. 

789. NINA EMMA BAUERSFIELD. 1210 N. STILES, OKLAHOMA 

CITY, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Yates Center, 1912-13; Homekeeper, 
1913-. Born Yates Center, Feb. 10, 1892. Married Loren Edward Conger, 
No. 740, Sept. 17, 1913. Child: Helen Jane, Sept. 26, 1914. 

790. CLAUDE SAMUEL BEATTY. 

A.B. Teacher, High School, Indianola, la., 1912-13. Born Vermillion, 
1891. 



791. JAMES HALFORD BERRY. FLUSHING, O. 

A.B. Teacher High School, Pleasant Hill, 111., 1913-14; Principal High 
School, Flushing, O., 1914-15; High School, Pleasant Hill, 111., 1915-16; 
Principal High School, Flushing, O., 1916-. Born Pleasant Hill, 111., March 

4, 1889. 



792. BERYL BLANCHARD. INDEPENDENCE. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Greencastle, Ind., Feb. 2, 1891. Mar- 
ried Gerald Wright Stafford, No. 775, July 1, 1912. Sister of No. 855. 

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793. CLARENCE PERRY BURGESS. ROSLYN, LONG ISLAND, 
N. Y. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Minister, M. E. Church, East Meadow, L. I., 
1913-14; Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., 1914-15; Roslyn, L. I., 1915-17; Assistant 
Superintendent Metropolitan Branch of the N. Y. Anti-Saloon League, Ros- 
lyn, L. I., 1917-. Born Joplin, Mo., Oct. 12, 1886. Married Helen Noble, 
Dec. 24, 1906. Children: Esther Mable, June 22, 1909; Margaret Elizabeth, 
Nov. 19, 1911. 



794. TROY BENJAMIN CALL. MOUND VALLEY. 

A.B. Principal High School, Erie, 1912-13; Bookkeeper, Rust Lumber 
Co., 1913-15; Manager, Rust & Call, Lumber and Grain, Mound Valley, 
1915-. Born Galesburg, June 23, 1888. 

795. BLANCHE ETTA COFFMAN. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 

A.B. Teacher English and Mathematics, High School, Overbrook, 
1912-14; At Home, Overbrook, 1914-15; Homekeeper, 1915-. Born Ronce- 
verte, W. Va., April 3, 1888. Married Glenn Austin, Willgus, No. 784, Oct. 
9, 1915. Sister of No. 908. 

796. CHARLES IRWIN COLDSMITH. HUTCHINSON. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1915. Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1912-15; Minister, M. E. Church, Hutchinson Circuit, 
1915-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 30, 1888. Married Sarah Ethel Willett, 
No. 846, June 30, 1913. Child: Gordon Willett, Dec. 26, 1914. 

797. LESTER MARTIN COMBS. ANTHONY. 

A.B. Reporter for Lawrence Gazette, Abilene Reflector, Wichita 
Beacon, 1912-13; Editor Anthony Republican, Anthony, 1913-. Born 
Wamego, Oct. 1, 1888. Married Carol Bird Shidler, Feb. 24, 1915. Child: 
Lester Martin, Jr., Jan. 31, 1916. 

798. RUDOLPH CORLEY DELLINGER. CARE BOYS' INDUS- 

TRIAL SCHOOL, TOPEKA. 

A.B. Teacher, Illio, P. I., 1912-14; At Home, Garnett, 1914-15; Super- 
visor Boys' Industrial School, Topeka, 1915-. Born Westphalia, Dec. 20, 

1888. 



799. CLARENCE CARLYLE DROWN. SENECA. 
B.S. Born Granada, July, 1884. 

800. RUSH WALTER ELLENBERGER. ST. JOHN, 

A.B. Graduate Student in Education, History and Sociology, The Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Summers, 1913, '15, '16. Principal Schools, Grinnell, 
1912-14; Ransom, 1914-16; Principal The Antrim Rural High School, 1916-. 
Born Bazine, Dec. 30, 1885. 

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GRADUATES [1912 

801. MABEL B. EVANS. 717 MOUND ST., ATCHISON. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Atchison, 1912-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 23, 
1888. Married Charles Meyer, Dec. 22, 1912. Children: Sarah Catherine, 
Dec. 18, 1913; Charles Thayer, Nov. 17, 1915. 

802. NELLIE BURNS EVANS. PROTECTION. 

A.B. Teacher German and English, High School, Norwich, 1912-13; 
Protection, 1913-15; Arlington, 1915-16; Homekeeper, Protection, 1916-. 
Born Linden, la., Nov. 9, 1887. Married Talbert W. Riner, Sept. 25, 1916. 
Sister of No. 913. 

803. GEORGIA FARRAR. BONNER SPRINGS. 

A.B. A.M., Columbia University, 1914. At Home, Axtell, 1912-13; 
Graduate Student in English, Columbia University, 1913-14; Teacher 
English, High School, Cherryvale, 1914-15; Homekeeper, 1915-. Born 
Beattie, Dec. 11, 1888. Married George Edward Brown, No. 560, Nov. 17, 
1915. Sister of No. 570. 

804. MERLE BERNICE FEERER. 1934 MAPLE AVE, EVANSTON, 

ILL. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Fredonia, 1912-14; Homekeeper, 
Evanston, 111., 1914-. Born Horton, Oct. 10, 1886. Married William H. 
Meredith, June 26, 1914. 

805. EFFIE BELLE GILBERT. HURON. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Harris, 1912-13; High School, Burden, 1913-14; 
Principal Schools, Harris, 1914-15; History, Mountain Grove, Mo., 1915-16; 
Principal Schools, Huron, 1916-. Born Cozad, Neb., Aug. 23, 1884. 

806. IRA MILLER HASSLER. GREAT BEND. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Atchison, 1912-13; Superintendent 
Schools, Overbrook, 1913-15; Science, High School, Great Bend, 1915-. Born 
Chapman, Aug. 31, 1886. 

807. NORA WILMA HENRY. R. F. D. NO. 6, MINNEAPOLIS. 

A.B. Principal High School, Irving, 1912-13; Teacher, Grades, Minne- 
apolis, 1913-14; At Home, Minneapolis, 1914-15; Homekeeper, Minneapolis, 
1915-. Born Minneapolis, Oct. 29, 1888. Married Richard H. Wilson, March 
18, 1915. 

808. EARL BRADY HOPPER. NESS CITY. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1913. Graduate Student in 
Economics, The University of Kansas, 1912-13; Cashier Citizens' National 
Bank, Ness City, 1913-. Born Ness City, Aug. 21, 1890. Married Lucy 
Wolfe, Dec. 25, 1914. Child: Cleo Martha, March 11, 1916. 

809. LEWIS ROLAND ICKE. BURNS. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Psychology and Mathematics, The Univer- 
sity of Kansas, Summer, 1915. Superintendent Schools, Walnut, 1912-14; 

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Superintendent Consolidated Schools, Burns, 1914-. Born Kewanee, 111., 
Dec. 3, 1880. Married Bertha Eunice Power, No. 768, June 4, 1913. Child: 
Roland Nathaniel, Nov. 10, 1915. 

810. MARY HAZEL KENNEDY. HERINGTON. 

A.B. Graduate Student in History, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1915; The University of Chicago, Summer, 1916. Teacher History and 
English, High School, Valley Falls, 1912-13; Latin and History, Herington, 
1913-. Principal High School, Herington, 1915-16. Born Indianola, Neb., 
March 9, 1889. 

811. HELEN MARIE KEOHANE. COLDWATER. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Latin, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1913, '14; Syracuse University, Summer, 1915; In Education, The University 
of Kansas, Summer, 1916. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Neo- 
sho Rapids, 1912-14; Copan, Okla., 1914-15; Coldwater, 1916-. Born Bald- 
win City, Feb. 1, 1892. 

812. HAZEL EVA KIRKPATRICK. HEYBURN, IDA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and Normal Training, High School, Baldwin City, 
1912-15; Primary, Heyburn, Ida., 1915-. Born Westphalia, April 25, 1887. 

813. CHARLES McCRAY LAURY. CHICAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Farmer, Moran, 1912-14; Medical Student, Northwestern Univer- 
sity, Chicago, 111., 1914-. Born Allen Co., Kans., July 9, 1885. Brother of 
Nos. 700, 701, 929. 

814. FLOY M'HENRY. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Teacher Expression, High School and Grades, Blytheville, Ark., 
1912-13; At Home, Baldwin City, 1913-14; Teacher, 2d Primary, Baldwin 
City, 1914-. Born Grant's Pass, Neb., March 12, 1889. 

815. WILLIAM EARL MILLIKIN. EUGENE, ORE. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Pine Village, Ind., 1912-14; same, 
Grant's Pass, Ore., 1914-16; same, Eugene, Ore., 1916-. Born Oswego, Sept. 
30, 1890. 

816. LORA EFFIE MOLBY. CHAPMAN. 

A.B. Teacher English and German, High School, Wathena, 1912-14; 
Graduate Student in German, The University of Kansas, 1914; Teacher 
Latin and German, Dickinson County High School, Chapman, 1915-. Born 
Linn, Oct. 13, 1891. Sister of Nos. 390, 648. 

817. EDITH L. MOORE. COLUMBUS. 

A.B. Teacher English, Cherokee County High School, Columbus, 
1912-14; Homekeeper, Columbus, 1914-. Born Columbus, 1888. Married 
Clyde O. Davidson, 1914. Child: William Jackson. 

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GRADUATES [1912 

818. ETHEL MYERS. • WETMORE. 

A.B. Graduate Student in English, The University of Kansas, Sum- 
mer, 1914. Teacher Latin and English and Principal, High School, Mel- 
vern, 1912-14; Latin and English, and Principal, High School, Wetmore, 
1914-. Born Ottawa, Aug. 20, 1890. 

819. MARY ELEANOR NASH. CASPER, WYO. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Latin and German, The University of Ar- 
kansas, Summer, 1914; The University of Colorado, Summer, 1915. At 
Home, Farmington, Ark., 1912-13; Teacher Latin and German, High School, 
Wheatland, Wyo., 1913-14; the same, Casper, Wyo., 1914-. Born Halstead, 
Feb. 24, 1889. 

820. VERDIE NOLAND. 311 W. LINCOLN ST, BLACKWELL, 

OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, German and English, High School, Canton, 
1912-13; Homekeeper, Sedgwick, 1913-14; Neodesha, 1914-15; Sedgwick, 
1915; Wichita, 1916; Blackwell, Okla., 1916-. Born Cross Timbers, Mo, 
Jan. 1, 1889. Married Rex A. Hoover, June 10, 1913. Children: Eleanor 
Minerva, March 29, 1914; John Homer, Aug. 28, 1916. 

821. IVA DORA OMAN. IOLA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Mathematics, Ohio 
State University, Summer, 1916. Teacher Mathematics, High School, 
Perry, 1912-13; the same, Iola, 1913-. Born Garnett, Dec. 18, 1886. 

822. BLANCHE VERA O'NEIL. R. F. D. NO. 3, BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B.; Ped.B. At Home, Wellsville, 1912-13; Teacher, Rural Schools, 
Douglas Co, 1913-14; At Home, Wellsville, 1914-15; Homekeeper, Baldwin 
City, 1915-. Born Overbrook, March 25, 1889. Married Adelbert Elwood 
Preston, April 22, 1915. 

823. JOHN EMMETT PORTER. 3261 WABANSIA AVE, CHICAGO, 

ILL. 

A.B. S.T.B, Boston University, 1914. Minister, M. E. Church, Quin- 
daro, Kansas City, 1912; Conway, la, 1913; Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1913-14; Virginia, Minn, 1914-16; Grace, Duluth, Minn, 
1916; Sawyer Ave, Chicago, 111, 1916-. Born Brewster, Va, Jan. 1, 1879. 
Married Clara Noble, April 14, 1915. 

824. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RAY. BELLMORE, N. Y. 

A.B. B.D, Drew Theological Seminary, 1916. Minister, M. E. Church, 
South, In School, 1899-1901; M. E. Church, Rutledge. Mo, 1901-02; Wilsev, 
1902-03; Irving, 1903-04; Centenary, Lawrence, 1904-05; Basehor, 1905-07; 
Baldwin Ct, 1907-09; LeLoup, 1909-10; Linwood, 1910-12; Buffalo, 1912-15; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1915-16; Gradu- 
ate Student, Columbia University, 1916-; Graduate Student Union Theolog- 
ical Seminary, 1916-. Born Farmington, Mo, Nov. 29, 1877. Married Min- 
nie D. Walker, No. 825, Dec. 25, 1900. 

193 



1912] GRADUATES 

825. MINNIE WALKER RAY (MRS.) BELLMORE, N. Y. 

A. B. Mus. B., Northern Missouri Normal School, 1897. Homekeeper, 
1900-. Born Memphis, Mo., May 8, 1882. Married Benjamin Franklin Ray, 
No. £24, Dec. 25, 1900. 

826. MARY HOWELL ROSS. KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student, Berlin and Hanover, 
Germany, 1912-13. Graduate Student in German, The University of Min- 
nesota, Summer, 1916. Teacher German, High School, Dodge City, 1913-15; 
the same, Atchison, 1915; the same, Westport, Kansas City, Mo., Jan., 1916-. 
Born Mound City, Mo., April 9, 1890. 

827. DELIA RUBLE. HOTCHKISS, COLO. 

A.B. Teacher History and Physical Geography, High School, Solo- 
mon. 1912-13; latin and English. H'gh School, Hotchkiss, Co 1 ©., 1913-16: 
Homekeeper, Hotchkiss, Colo., 1916-. Born Fulton, Feb. 24, 1887. Married 
W. C. Linn, Nov. 28, 1916. 

828. HAZEL FRANCES SAMPLE. SPIVEY. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Household Arts, Purdue University, Sum- 
mer, 1914. At Home, Kingman, 1912-13; Principal High School, Cunning- 
ham, 1913-14; Substitute Teacher, Kingman, 1914-15; Homekeeper, Spivey, 
1915-; Assistant Cashier, Sp vey State Bank, Spivey, 1915-. Born King- 
man, Tuly 15, 1889. Married Lee L. Kabler, June 15, 1915. Sister to Nos. 
331, 723. 

829. LEWIS DANIEL SCHERER. R. F. D. NO. 2, PASADENA, CAL. 

B S. Director of Men's Gymnasium and Professor of Physical Train- 
ing, Baker University, 1910-13; Teacher _ Physical Training, High School, 
Pasadena, Calif., 1913-14; Director Municipal Bath House, Pasadena. Calif., 
3914-. Born Springfield, 111., June 11. 1879. Married Helen Marr Taylor, 
Oct. 19, 1903. Children: Doris and Phyllis, Dec. 28, 1906. 

830. EDW T N PETER SCHLINGER, c/o BUREAU ED., SURIGAS, 

SURIGAS, P. I. 

A.B. Born Sedalia, Mo., 1884. 

831. RUTH ELECTA SOWERS. SPRING HILL. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Spearville, 1912-13; At 
Home, Spring Hill, 1913-14; Teacher Latin and German, High School, 
Wheatland, Wyo., 1914-17; At Home, Spring Hill, 191?-. Born Spring 
Hill, May 13, 1889. Sister of Nos. 397, 546. 

832. CLYDE DEWITT SPANGLER. BRUSH, COLO. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Holton, 1912-13; Chemist for Great 
Western Sugar Co., Brush, Colo., 1913-14; Bookkeeper, Ziegler Bros., 
Front Royal, Va., 1914-15; Chemist for Great Western Sugar Co., Brush, 
Colo., 1915-. Born Junction City, Feb. 20, 1890. 

194 



GRADUATES 



[1912 



833. ETHEL STEPHENS. 



CEDAR FALLS, IA. 



A.B. Certificated Graduate from Library School of The University 
of Wisconsin, 1915. Graduate Student, The University of Wisconsin, Sum- 
mer, 1913. Teacher, High School, Clearwater, 1912-13; Assistant, Free 
Library, Madison, Wis., 1913-14; Student Library School of The Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, 1914-15; Librarian, Publ'c Library, Keewatin, Minn., 
1915-16; Cataloger, Kansas State Normal School, Summer, 1916; Cataloger, 
Iowa State Teachers' College, 1916-. Member American Library Asso- 
ciation. Compiler "American Popular Magazines, a Bibliography." Born 
El Reno, Okla., July 22, 1890. 



834. ALBERT CHRISTOPHER STEWART. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Maple Hill, 1912-13: 

OnaQ-a, 1916-. Born Pattonsburg, Mo., Oct. 3, 1883. 
Griffiths, Sept. 1, 1912. Child: Mary Ruth, July 30, 1914. 



ONAGA. 

Mahaska, 1913-16; 

Married J. Elsie 

Brother of No. 952. 



835. FRANCES JANE STEWART. 



HUTCHINSON. 



A.B. Teacher English, High School, Waverly, 1912-14; Grades, Hutch- 
inson, 1914-15; High School, Hutchinson, 1915-. Born Greenfield, 111. 

836. MARGARET STEWART. ST. CHARLES, MO. 

A.B.; A.M. Teacher English, High School, Anthony, 1912-13; Director 
Girls' Gymnasium, High School, Ft. Scott, 1913-14; At Home, Nevada, Mo., 
1914-15; History, High School, St. Charles, Mo., 1915-. Born St. Charles, 
111., July 7, 1892.' 



837. WILLTAM ALFRED TAYLOR, 7616 BOSWORTH AVE., CHI 
CAGO, ILL. 

A.B. With Barrick Publishing Co., "The Packer,' 
1912-16; the same, Chicago, III, 1916-. Born Baldwin 
Married Grace Elvabeth Keifer, June 6, 1912. Children 
May 18, 1913; Keifer, Feb. 7, 1916. 



Minneapolis, Mmn., 

City, sept. 10, 1889. 

William Alfred, Jr., 



838. GEORGE BENNETT VAN BUSKIRK. 



WATHENA. 



A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. S.T.B., Boston University, 1916. M'm'ster, 
M. E. Church, Urich, Mo., 1906-07; Huntingdale, Mo., 1907-08; Schell City, 
Mo., 1908; Arcadia, 1908-09; Mt. Ida, 1910-11; Lone Elm, 1911-12; Parker, 
1912: Antrim, N. H., 1912-15; Hudson, N. H., 1915-16; Lebanon, N. H., 1916- 
17; Wathena, 1917-. Born Algona, la., Nov. 8, 1879. Married Mary Irva 
Basham, June 18, 1912. 

839. ELIZABETH VOORHIS. 711 EUCLID AVE., DES MOINES, IA. 

A.B. At Home, Russell, 1912-13; Homekeeper, 1913-. Born Russell, 
Oct. 10. 1P8S. Married Ernest Lincoln Cox, No 9C, Aug. 5, 1913. Children: 
Catherine Voorhis, Aug. 28, 1914; Margaret Elizabeth, Dec. 31, 1915. 



840. ALVA JAY WALTER. 



NEWKIRK, OKLA. 



A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Graduate Student, The 
University of Kansas, Summers, 1913, '14, '16. Principal Schools, Gardner, 
1912-14; Principal H,gh School, Newkirk, Okla., 1914-. Born Altamont, 
Jan. 9, 1888. 

195 



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841. LEONARD FRANK WARING. 2554 N. 18TH ST., KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1915. Minister, M. E. Church, Eudora, 
1911-12; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1912-15; Cen- 
tralville, Lowell, Mass., 1913-14; West Medway, Mass., 1914-15; Lenexa, 
1915-16; Grace, Kansas City, 1916-. Born Waverly, July 19, 1885. Mar- 
ried Adah L. Maxwell, June 25, 1913. Child: Ford Edward, July 7, 1914. 
Brother of Nos. 958, 1018. 

842. MERLE HAZZARD WEIBLE. COFFEYVILLE. 

A.B. LL.B., The University of Kansas, 1915; Lawyer, Coffeyville, 
1915-. Born, 1889. 

843. CHARLES WESLEY WHEELER. WAMEGO. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Hope, 1912-13; Ward Principal, Abilene, 1913- 
15; Principal High School, Wamego, 1915-16; Superintendent Schools, 
Wamego, 1916-. Born LeRoy, July 12, 1890. Married Edith Fenton, 
Sept. 2, 1916. 

844. DALE BEATRICE WHITNAH. LA CROSSE. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1912-. Born Hepler, Sept. 3, 1889. Married 
William Elvin Long, No. 756, Aug. 27, 1912. Child: Jeannette, July 12, 1913. 

845. FLETCHER RYAN WICKHAM. TULSA, OKLA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Education, The University of Oklahoma, 
Summer, 1915. Teacher English and Latin, High School, Wetumka, Okla., 
1912-13; Cleveland, Okla., 1913-15; Departmental Work, Grammar and 
Spelling, Tulsa, Okla., 1915-16; Literature and History, Tulsa, Okla., 1916-. 
Born Marion, Va., Feb. 25, 1890. 

846. SARAH ETHEL WILLETT. HUTCHINSON. 

A.B. Teacher, Tyro, 1912-13; Homekeeper, 1913-. Born Moran, Oct. 
25, 1889. Married Charles Irwin Coldsmith, No. 796, June 30, 1913. Child: 
Gordon Willett, Dec. 26, 1914. Sister of No. 847. 

847. ZELLA PEARL WILLETT. 107 N. STEUBEN AVE. CHANUTE. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Topeka, 1912-14; Chanute, 1914-. Born Moran, 
Aug. 24, 1884. Married Charles Prentiss Donald, Sept. 12, 1912. Sister 
of No. 846. 

848. ALMA LAVENA WILSON. ROCKLAND, MASS. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Edgerton, 1912-14; Homekeeper, 1914-. 
Born Newton, la., Feb. 22, 1885. Married Tobias Traugott Fike, No. 863, 
June 10, 1914. 

849. ERNEST VIRGIL WOOD. BURLINGTON. 
A.B. Banker, Burlington, 1913-. Born Baldwin City, April 25, 1892. 

850. FRANK EDWIN WOOD. 2020 SHERMAN AVE., EVANSTON, 

ILL. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1914. 
Graduate Student in Mathematics, Fellow, The University of Kansas, 1912- 

196 



GRADUATES [1912-13 

14; Fellow in Mathematics, Princeton University, 1914-16; Instructor in 
Mathematics, Northwestern University, 1916-. Member Sigma Xi. Born 
Wamego, Feb. 26, 1891. Brother of No. 1023. 



CLASS OF 1913 

851. MARY ETHEL AULT. WAMEGO, 

A.B. Teacher English and Latin, High School, Downs, 1913-15; 
Student Music, Baker University, 1915-16; Teacher Latin, English and 
History, High School, Wamego, 1916-. Born Valley Falls, April 6, 1893. 
Sister of Nos. 293, 375, 447, 498, 788. 

852. PAUL BARTON. 2606 S. FAIRHILL ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Theology, Drew 
Theological Seminary, 1913-; Graduate Student in Psychology, Columbia 
University, 1914; Minister, M. E. Church, Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, 1915-. 
Born Cheney, July 23, 1892. Married Ruth Hoffman, Aug. 3, 1915. Brother 
of No. 613. 

853. RUTH ALMA BEARD. 738 N. 31 ST., KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summer, 1916. 
Teacher Latin and English, High School, Cheney, 1913-14; Teacher, De 
Soto, 1914-16; Corliss, 1916-. Born Maysville, Mo., Oct. 14, 1887. Sister 
of No. 499. 

854. CLYDE INSLEY BLANCHARD, 1115 TAYLOR ST, SAN FRAN- 

CISCO, CALIF. 

A.B. Head Commercial Department, Chase County High School, Cot- 
tonwood Falls, 1910-11; Private Secretary to Auditor, Kansas City Street 
Ry. Co, Kansas City, Mo, 1911-12; Head Commercial Department, High 
School, Ottumwa, la, 1912-13; Assistant Professor of Office Training, 
Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore, 1913-15; Principal Standard 
Commercial School Exhibit, P. P. I. E, 1915; Instructor in Office Prac- 
tice, University of California, 1916; Executive Secretary, Standard Commer- 
cial School, San Francisco, Calif, 1916-; Secretary Business Department; N. 
E. A, 1916. Born Hutchinson, Oct. 6, 1888. Married Jennie Garnet Ben- 
ham, No. 734, June 6, 1912. Child: Lee Benham, Oct. 2, 1915. Brother 
of No. 792. 

855. CLARENCE PETER BROADFOOT, 2 LOUISBURG SQ, BOS- 

TON, MASS. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Talmage, 1913-14; Ministerial Supply, New 
Lancaster, 1914-15; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 
1915-. Born Lingle, Miss, July 17, 1879. Married Christie Rolf, Oct. 26, 
1916. 

856. MARY ELIZABETH BRUMBAUGH. MAITLAND, MO. 

A.B. At Home, Maitland, Mo, 1913-. Born Mound City, Mo, July 
39, 1891. 

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857. IDA LENORA COFFIN. EUDORA. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of California, Summer, 1916. 
Teacher German and English, High School, Eudora, 1913-. Born Pleas- 
anton, 1886. 

858. ERNFST MITCHEM COUGHLIN. R. F. D. No. 2, ARGENTINE, 

KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Fruit Farmer, Argentine, 1913-. Born Argentine, Aug. 26, 1890. 
Son of No. 55. 

859. GRACE ELIZA CROCKER. OSBORNE. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Mildred, 1913-14; 
History, Osborne, 1914-. Born White City, Dec. 15, 1891. 

860. WILMA CROSSAN. HASTY, COLO. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Shawnee, Okla., 1913-15; Home- 
keeper, Baldwin City, 1915-16; Hasty, Colo., 1916-. Born Paola, May 21, 
1»90. Married Wilson Counts, March 3, 1915. Child: Ellen, Oct. 5, 1916. 
Sister of No. 742. 

861. ELSIE DEAN. FREDERICKTOWN, MO. 

A.B. Teacher German and English, High School, Carbondale, 1913-14; 
Student Household Arts, Baker, University, 1914-15; Teacher German rnd 
English, High School, Maple Hill, 1915-16; Professor Modern Languages, 
Marvin College, Fredericktown, Mo., 1916-. Born Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 18, 
1891. Sister of No. 676. 

862. FLOYD DENLINGER. GARNETT. 

A.B. Graduate work in Kansas State Agricultural College, Summer, 
1913. Teacher Science, High School, Caldwell, 1913-14; the same, Garnett, 
1914-. Born Hartland, Jan. 21, 1890. Married Elsie B. Hodges, Aug. 3, 
1915. Child: Martin Luther, June 3, 1916. Brother of No. 1035. 

863. TOBIAS TRAUGOTT FIKE. ROCKLAND, MASS. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1913-. M. E. 
Church, Supply. Rockbnd, Mass., 1914-. Born Plainville, June 8, 1880. 
Married Alma Lavena Wilson, No. 848, June 10, 1914. 

864. LILY ELZADA HARRIS. MINNEOLA. 

A.B. Teacher English and Latin, High School, Rose Hill, 193 3-15; At 
Home, Howard, 1915-16; Homekeeper, Minneola, 1916-. Born Howard, 
Jan. 26, 1888. Married Grover C. Collinsworth, June 28, 1916. Sister of 
No. 1048. 

865. ETTA HALLTE HAXTON. 536 WASHINGTON PLACE, EAST 

ST. LOUIS, ILL. 

A.B. At Home, Lvons, 1913-16; Homekeeper, 1916-. Born Lyons, 
June 10, 1888. Married Paul Horace Merry, No. 883, June 1, 1916. 

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866. MABEL MAY HITCHCOCK. 1021 AYERS PLACE, EVANSTON, 

ILL. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher English and History, High School, 
Greenleaf. 1913-14; Homekeeper, 1914-. Born Westphalia, March 17, 1889. 
Married Thomas Henry Parrott, No. 887, Aug. 20, 1914. 

867. WALLIS HOCH. MARION. 

A.B. Journalism, "Marion Record," 1913-. Born Marion, Nov. 24, 
1889. Brother of Nos. 321, 524. 

868. MAURINE HOOVER. CHANUTE. 

A.B. Teacher German and History, High School, Yates Center, 1913- 
15; German, High School, Chanute, 1915-. Born Wichita, Jan. 29, 1892. 
Sister of No. IOC. 

869. CYRIL HORN. 1924 HURLEY AVE, FORT WORTH, TEX. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and Director Athletics, High School, ITol- 
ton, 1913-14; Banker, Fowler, 1914-16; General Insurance, Fort Worth, 
Tex., 1916-. Born Stafford, Dec. 31, 1890. Married Josephine Walker, 
Oct. 22, 1914. Child: Mary Elizabeth, July 19, 1915. 

870. RUTH IMBODEN. WICHITA. 

A.B. Teacher, Grades, Anthony, 1913-14 s , English and Historv, High 
School. El Reno, Okla, 1914-16; English, High School, Wichita, 1916-. 
Born Wichita, Nov. 16, 1889. Sister of Nos. 425, 577, 923. 

871. ELLA FRANCES JONES. 503 W. 122D ST, NEW YORK, N. Y. 

A.B. Teacher English and Latin, High School, Spearville, 1913-16; 
Principal, the same, 1914-16; Homekeeper, 1916- ; Graduate Student in Re- 
ligious Education, Union Theological Seminary and Teachers' College of 
Columbia University, 1916-. Born Coffeyville, Feb. 1, 1892. Married Her- 
man Carl Steinheimer, No. 896, July 26, 1916. 

872. GLADYS KONANTZ. ARCADIA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in German, The Uni- 
versity of California, Summer, 1915. Teacher German, High School, 
Cherryvale, 1913-14; Principal High School, Gas, 1914-15; Teacher, Mulberry, 
1915-16; At Home, Arcadia, 1916-. Born Arcadia, March 26, 1891. 

873. WAGNER MERRILL LaBRANT. c/o JARBOE HOTEL, KAN- 

SAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. With The Patterson-Sargent Paint Co, Kansas City, Mo, 1913-. 
Born Spencer, la, July 29, 1891. Brother of No. 751. 

874. VERA IRENE LANGE. MADISON, N. J. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1913-14. Homekeeper, 1914-. Born 
Smith Co, May 25, 1889. Married William Henry Hertzog, No. 922, July 
20, 1914. Child: Frederick William, Sept. 9, 1916. 

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875. EMIL SMITH LISTON. HOUGHTON, MICH. 

A.B. Director of Athletics, High School, Fort Scott, 1913-15; Kemper 
Military Academy, Boonville, Mo., 1915-16; Student Dr. Sargent's School 
of Physical Education, Cambridge, Mass., Summer, 1916; Director of Phy- 
sical Education and Athletics, Michigan College of Mines, Houghton, Mich., 
1916-. Born Stockton, Mo., Aug. 21, 1890. Married Marie Thogmartin, 
Dec. 26, 1916. Brother of No. 753. 

876. ALDO MORTON LIVINGOOD. WETMORE. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1914. Graduate Student in 
Chemistry, The University of Kansas, 1913-14; Farmer, 1914-15; Superin- 
tendent Schools, Barnes, 1915-16; Assistant Principal, Wetmore, 1916-. 
Born Seneca, Oct. 6, 1889. Married Gladys Peck, June 26, 1916. Brother 
of No. 877. 

877. HARRY HARRISON LIVINGOOD. ALTA VISTA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and History, High School Waterville, 1913-14; 
Superintendent Schools, Rossville, 1914-16; Superintendent Schools, Alta 
Vista, 1916-. Born Seneca, Oct. 6, 1889. Brother of No. 876. 

878. LUCILLE ANNA LYNCH. BRIGHTON, COLO. 

A.B. Graduate Student Rockford College, Rockford, 111., 1913-14; 
Supervisor in City Schools, Rockford, 111., 1914-15; At Home, Dayton, O., 
1915-16; Homekeeper, 1916-. Born Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 19, 1889. Married 
Luther Allen Beck, No. 615, April 17, 1916. 

879. HENRY SLEEPER MARTIN. COLUMBIA, MO. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Wisconsin, Summer, 1914. 
Teacher and Director Athletics, High School, Atchison, 1913-14; Norfolk, 
Va., 1914-15; Student Medicine, The University of Missouri, 1915-. Born 
Leavenworth, May 31, 1891. Brother of No. 2lC. 

880. THEODORE COLUMBUS MARTIN. 1305 4TH AVE., SOUTH, 

FORT DODGE, IA. 

A.B. Teacher Commercial Branches, High School, Nevada, Mo., 1913- 
14; Principal High School, Nevada, Mo., 1914-16; Commercial Branches, 
Nevada, Mo., 1915-16; Head of Commercial Department, High School, Fort 
Dodge, la., 1916-. Born Centerville, la., July 24, 1885. 

881. RUBY MAE MASON. PARSONS. 

A.B. Teacher, Stroud, Okla., 1913-15; Homekeeper, 1915-. Born 
McCune, Jan. 28, 1891. Married Ralph Guy Rust, No. 947, Dec. 30, 1914. 

882. WALLACE McILRATH. KINGMAN. 

A.B. B.S. in Agriculture, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1915. 
Graduate Student in Agriculture, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1913- 
15; Farmer, Kingman, 1915-. Born Harrisburg, 111., Dec. 6, 1887. Brother 
of No. 706. 

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GRADUATES [1913 

883. PAUL HORACE MERRY, 536 WASHINGTON PLACE, EAST 

ST. LOUIS, ILL. 

A.B. Teacher History and Athletics, High School, Sterling, 1913-14; 
Graduate Student in Commerce and Administration, The University of Chi- 
cago, 1914-15; Division Supervisor, The Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., 
Chicago, 111., 1915-16; District Correspondent, The Aluminum Cooking 
Utensil Co., East St. Louis, 111., 1916-. Born Nortonville, Dec. 23, 1889. 
Married Etta Hallie Haxton, No. 865, June 1, 1916. 

884. HAZEL MAE MICHAELS. HARPER. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Teacher English, High 
School, Winchester, 1913-15; Graduate Student in German, The University 
of Kansas, 1915-16, Fellow, in 1916; German, High School, Harper, 1916-. 
Born Scranton, Feb. 11, 1891. Sister of No. 586. 

885. HORACE WOOD MOORE. ONTARIO, CALIF. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Southern California, 1915- 
16. Teacher, High School, Spearville, 1913-14; Principal High School, Ege- 
land, N. Dak., 1914-15; Teacher Grammar School, Orange, Calif., 1915-16; 
History and Mathematics, Chaffey Union High School, Ontario, Calif., 
1916-. Born Seneca, Mo., Nov. 11, 1890. Brother of No. 1067. 

886. EARL CEPHUS PARKER. KELLOGG, IDA. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1914. Fellow in American His- 
tory and Political Science, The University of Kansas, 1913-14; Instructor in 
History and Economics, College of Montana, Deer Lodge, Mont., 1914-16; 
Teacher Mathematics and Director Athletics, High School, Kellogg, Ida., 
1916-. Born Stark, Jan. 10, 1886. 

887. THOMAS HENRY PARROTT. 1021 AYERS PLACE, EVANS- 

TON, ILL. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Tipton, Mo., 1913-16; Graduate Student 
in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1916-. Born Knobnoster, Mo., Dec. 
9, 1884. Married Mabel May Hitchcock, No. 866, Aug. 20, 1914. 

888. WILLIAM ESCO PETERS. UTICA. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Macksville, 1913-14; Principal 
High School and Teacher Science, Macksville, 1914-16; Superintendent 
Schools, Utica, 1916-. Born Utica, Dec. 28, 1887. Married Elva Ruth 
Curtis, June 1, 1915. Child: Orin Curtis, Oct. 22, 1916. 

889. RAYMOND GORDON RANSOM. 605 WEST 5TH ST., PITTS- 

BURG. 

A.B. With Pittsburg Sash & Door Co., 1913-. Born Jamestown, N. Y., 
June 29, 1892. Married Beatrice Verrinda Fast, No. 914, Dec. 28, 1915. 

890. EARL BURGESS REDMAN. QUINCY. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and Director Athletics, High School, 
Baldwin City, 1913-14; Principal Schools, Quincy, 1915-. Born Eureka, Dec. 
21, 1890. 

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891. ELSIE GERTRUDE REED. PAUL'S VALLEY, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and German, High School, Paul's Valley, Okla, 
1913-14; Homekeeper, Paul's Valley, Okla., 1914-. Born Vanderhoof, O., 
June 1, 1888. Married Audley Evert Clark, Aug. 19, 1914. Child: Francile 
Elizabeth, Sept. 4, 1915. 

892. ANTHONY SCALAPINO. EVEREST. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Summerneld, 1913-14; Graduate Student, 
Drew Theological Seminary, 1914-. Born Everest, Nov. 27, 1889. 

893. GEORGE EDMAN SCHEER. SILVER LAKE. 

A.B. Graduate Student, Kansas State Agricultural College, Summer, 
1915; In Education, The University of Kansas, Summer, 1916. Principal 
Schools, Monument, 1913-15; Silver Lake, 1915-. Born Bethany, 111., Oct. 6, 

1888. 

894. MARY ATWELL SHOWALTER. YORK, NEB. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin, German and Mathematics, 
High School, Robinson, 1913-15; German and Mathematics, Sabetha, 
1915-16; Homekeeper, Robinson, 1915-16; York, Neb., 1916-. Born Baldwin 
City, Nov. 26, 1889. Married Earl F. Martin, May 16, 1915. Child: Dale 
Showalter, July 7, 1916. Sister of No. 291. 

895. EDITH MAY STAFFORD. CHESTER, N. J. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Mathematics and Latin, High 
School, Talmage, 1913-16; Homekeeper, Chester, N. J., 1916-. Born Greeley, 
Feb. 4, 1888. Married Charles Lester Ruhlen, No. 1006, June 23, 1916. 
Sister of No. 950. 

896. HERMAN CARL STEINHEIMER. 503 W. 122D ST., NEW YORK, 

NEW YORK. 

A.B. Principal High School, Dodge City, 1913-14; Graduate Student in 
Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1914-15; Graduate Student Union 
Theological Seminary, 1915-; Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1915-. 
M. E. Church, Supply, St. Paul's, West New York, N. J., 1914-. Born 
Marissa, 111., Nov. 16, 1887. Married Ella Frances Jones, No. 871, July 26, 
1916. Brother of No. 1013. 

897. LULU BELLE STEVENSON. MONTEZUMA. 

A. B. Teacher English and History, High School, Oneida, 1913-14; 
At Home, 1914-15; Mathematics and English, Sublette, 1915-16; Mathe- 
matics, Montezuma, 1916-. Born Silver Lake, March 26, 1891. Sister of 
No. 657. 

898. HARRY STECKEL WISE. 510 SCOTLAND AVE, TOPEKA. 

A.B. B.D, Drew Theological Seminary, 1916. Graduate Student in 
Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1914-16; Minister, M. E. Church, 
Parker, 1913-14; Sparrow Bush, N. J, 1914-16; Seward Ave, Topeka, 1916-. 
Born Mont Ida, Dec. 11, 1889. Married Zella Gaskill, June 12, 1912. 

202 



GRADUATES [1914 

CLASS OF 1914. 

899. JEROME LOUIS ANDERSON. EAGLE CITY, OKLA. 

A.B. With Southwestern Lumber Co., Eldorado, Okla., 1914; Fred- 
erick, Okla., 1915; Manager, Long-Bell Lumber Co., Eagle City, Okla., 1915-. 
Born Elk City, Nov. 6, 1891. Son of No. 90. Brother of Nos. 611, 612. 

900. MARY VINCENT ANDERSON. NEODESHA. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Osborne, 1914-15; Neodesha, 
1915-. Born Marshall, Mo., March 13, 1891. Sister of No. 962. 



901. AGNES LENORA BAIRD. 3020 HARRISON ST., KANSAS CITY, 

MISSOURI. 

A.B. Teacher, De Soto, 1914-15; Teacher, Girls' Home, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1915-16; At Home, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. Born Oxford Junction, 
la., May 31, 1891. Sister of No. 964. 

902. JOHN HARVEY BASS. NORMAN, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Enid, Okla., 1914-16; Student 
in Law, The University of Chicago, Summer, 1916; Student in Law, The 
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., 1916-. Born West Point, Neb., 
Jan. 29, 1891. 

903. BURT OLIVER BEAL. STAFFORD. 

A.B. Principal High School, Stafford, 1914-. Born Elk City, July 14, 
1887. 



904. DAVID IRA BEAMER. COLONY. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Hallowell, 1911-13; Greeley, 1913-14; Col- 
ony, 1914-. Born Hallowell, April 20, 1879. Married Bessie L. Spieth, Aug. 
14, 1907. Children: Helen Anita, May 17, 1909; Ruth Christine, Dec. 17, 
1911; Clara Elizabeth, April 12, 1914; Esther Irene, Nov. 13, 1916. 

905. BENTAMIN TACOB BRUNE. 99 MESEROLE AVE., BROOKLYN, 

NEW YORK. 

A.B.; Mus. B., 1915. Student Music, Baker University, 1914-15; Stu- 
dent Voice, New York City, 1915-. Born Lake View, Dec. 8, 1889. Brother 
of No. 1031. 



906. ETHEL MAE CALKINS. BIJNOR, INDIA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Ran- 
som, 1914-15; Missionary, Lois Lee Parker Girls' Boarding School, Bijnor, 
India, 1915-. Born Herington, June 26, 1890. 

907. INA FAY CARPENTER. PAOLA. 
A.B. At home, Paola, 1914-. Born Paola, Sept. 27, 1890. 

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1914] GRADUATES 

908. *WILLIAM HURST COFFMAN. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Michigan Valley, 1914; in Arizona for health, 
1915-16. Born Roncevente, W. Va., June 11, 1889. Died June 9, 1916, bur- 
ial at Overbrook. Brother of No. 795. 

909. MARY ARTEMISIA CONGDON. SEDGWICK. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, Dickinson County High School, Chapman, 
1914-16; At Home, Sedgwick, 1916-. Married, 1916. Born, Sedgwick, 
March 2, 1891. 

910. ORVILLE EDWARD CRAIN. UXBRIDGE, MASS. 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston University, 1916. Minister, M. E. Church, Schell 
City, Mo., 1908-10; De Soto, 1910-13; Baldwin Ct, 1913-14; Uxbridge, Mass., 
1914-. Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1914-16. Born, 
Rockville, Mo., Aug. 6, 1886. Married Verla Babbitt, Sept. 29, 1907. Chil- 
dren: Alvin Wesley, Aug. 8, 1908; Forest Eugene, Jan. 1, 1910; Loren 
Orville, Nov. 16, 1912. 

911. EUNICE HELEN DARBY. HAMILTON. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Hamilton, 1914-. 
Born Leavenworth Co., Oct. 3, 1892. 

912. MARGARET ETHEL DAWSON. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

A.B. Stenographer, Kansas City, Mo., 1914-16; Homekeeper, Minneap- 
olis, Minn., 1916 — . Born Colony, April 6, 1884. Married James Z. Nebber- 
gall, July 5, 1916. 

913. WILLIAM ROBERT EVANS. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Whiting, 1914-16; Graduate Student, The Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Summer, 1915. Born Linden, la., April 6, 1890. Brother 
of No. 802. 

914. BEATRICE VERRINDA FAST. 605 W. 5th ST., PITTSBURG. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher German, Cherokee Co. High School, 
Columbus, 1914-15 (in part); At Home, Hutchinson, 1915-16; Homekeeper, 
1916-. Born Hillsboro, Oct. 18, 1891. Married Raymond Gordon Ransom, 
No. 889, Dec. 28, 1916. Sister of No. 627. 

915. ESTHER WHITWAM FOILES (MRS.) FULTON. 

A.B. Teacher Rural Schools, Douglas Co., 1914-15; Homekeeper, 
1910-. Born Flint, Mich., Oct. 13, 1883. Married Earl Raymond Foiles, 
No. 982, June 8, 1910. Children: Jewel, Feb. 19, 1913; Charles Frank, Dec. 
1, 1915. 

916. GEORGE GARFIELD GARRETTSON. SAFFORDVILLE. 

A.B. Minister M. E. Church, Bushong, 1914-17; Saffordville, 1917-. 
Born Terre Haute, Sept. 26, 1881. 

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GRADUATES [1914 

917. CLYDE JESSE HALL, SINGAPORE, STRAITS SETTLEMENT, 

MALAYSIA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. S.T.B., Boston University, 1916. Graduate 
Student in Theology, Boston University, 1914-16; Missionary and Principal 
Oldham Hall, Singapore, Straits Settlement, 1916-. Born Crab Orchard, 
Neb., Aug. 13, 1886. Married Mary Beecher, June 9, 1916. 

918. GRACE KLINE HAUSAM (MRS.). LENEXA. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1911-. Born Belton, Mo., Sept. 23, 1889. Married 
Wiley Conrad Hausam, No. 919, Aug. 7, 1911. Child: Grace Marie, Oct. 26, 
1916. Sister of No. 750. 



919. WILEY CONRAD HAUSAM. LENEXA. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, LeLoup, 1913-14; Graduate Student in 
Theology, Boston University, 1914-17; Washington Blvd., Boston, Mass., 
1914-17; Lenexa, 1917-. Born Sedalia, Mo., Aug. 5, 1886. Married Grace 
Kline, No. 918, Aug. 6, 1911. Child: Grace Marie, Oct. 26, 1916. 

920. GERTRUDE THEOREN HAZEN. FAYETTE, MO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. A. M., The University of Kansas, 1915. 
Graduate Student and Fellow, The University of Kansas, 1914-15; Teacher 
Domestic Science, High School, Abilene, 1915-16; Same, Howard Payne 
College, Fayette, Mo., 1916-. Born Chetopa, Feb. 8, 1893. Sister of No. 
686. 

921. FRANK LEROY HENNEY. HORTON. 

A.B. Teacher History and Science, Gray Co. High School, Cimarron, 
1914-15; Stockman, C. R. I. and P. Ry., Horton, 1915-. Born Willis, Nov. 
13, 1891. Brother of No. 988. 



922. WILLIAM HENRY HERTZOG. MADISON, N. J. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 
1914-. Graduate Student, New Yurk University, 1915-. Minister, M. E. 
Church, Centenary, Lawrence, 1912-13; Baldwin Circuit, 1913-14; Union 
Village, N. J., 1914-16; Thiells, N. Y., 1916-. Born Solomon, Sept. 4, 1884. 
Married Lillian N. Kehler, March 18, 1908, (died May 21, 1912). Married 
Vera Irene Lange, No. 874, July 20, 1914. Children: Helen Norma, June 19, 
1910; Frederick William, Sept. 9, 1916. 

923. MILDRED IMBODEN. MARION. 

A.B. At Home, Wichita, 1914-15; Teacher English, High School, Belle- 
ville, 1915-16; Marion, 1916-. Born Wichita, March 19, 1892. Sister of 
Nos. 425. 577, 870. 



924. INEZ CLARA JOHNSON. BARNARD. 

A.B. Teacher German and Latin, High School, Pomona, 1914-15; Bar- 
nard, 1915-. Born Elgin, 111., April 11, 1892. 

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925. BESS J. JOHNSTON. MINNEAPOLIS. 

A.B. Graduate Student in English. The University of Wisconsin, Sum- 
mer, 1915. Teacher Engb'sh, High School, Minneapolis, 1914-. Born Min- 
neapolis, Nov. 13, 1890. Sister of No. 695. 

926 BETTT.AH CATHERINE KELLY. 1615 WOOD AVE., KANSAS 
CITY. 

A.B. Teacher, High School, Lucas, 1914-15; 6th Grade, Kansas City, 
1915-. Born Newton, Aug. 26, 1890. 

927. RUTH EDNA KURTZ. OVERBROOK. 

A.B. Teacher Latm and German, High School, Whiting, 1914-15; Prin- 
cipal, High School, Overbrook, 1915-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 21, 
1892. 

928. ELLA FRANCES LARNER. WASHINGTON. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher German and Latin, High School, 
Washington, 1914-. Born Jefferson Co., April 22, 1893. 

929. JOHN WESLEY LAURY. MORAN. 

A.B. Teacher Physical Science and Director Athletics, Montgomery 
County High School, Independence, 1914-Jan. '16; Farmer, Moran, 1916-. 
Born Allen Co., Oct. 6, 1889. Brother of Nos. 700, 701, 813. 

930. JAMES CLAUDE MALIN. LAWRENCE. 

A.B. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. Teacher, High School, 
Buffalo, 1914-15; Graduate Student in History, The Univers ; ty of Kansas, 
1915-. Fellow, 1916-17. Member Phi Delta Kappa. Born Edgely, N. D., 
Feb. 8, 1893. 

931. KATHERINE DAVIS McCARTER. RYAN, OKLA. 

A.B. At Home, Topeka, 1914-15; Teacher English, High School, Ryan, 
Okla., 1915-16; Homekeeper, Ryan, Okla., 1916-. Y. W. C. A. work 
among public school girls, Topeka, 1914-15. Born Topeka, March 16, 1893. 
Married John R. Dean, Nov. 30, 1916. 

932. GRACE McCARTY. LA HARPE. 

A.B. Graduate Student, Kansas State Agricultural College, Summer, 
1915; Northwestern University. Summer, 1916. Teacher English and Ger- 
man. High School, Stillwater, Okla., 1914-15; Elsmore, 1915-16; English and 
Music, La Harpe, 1916-. Born Iola, Aug. 29, 1890. 

933. UNA L. MERRYFIELD, 2233 EUNICE ST, BERKELEY, CAL. 

A.B. Teacher Physical Education and Playground Supervisor, Minne- 
apolis, 1914-16; Graduate Student in Physical Education, The University of 
California, 1916-. Born Minneapolis, Dec. 20, 1890. 

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GRADUATES [1914 

934. CHESTER RICHARD MILHAM. BOONVILLE, MO. 

A.B. Teacher History, Mathematics and Athletics, High School, Wath- 
ena, 1914-15; Gardner, 1915-16; With Deming Investment Co., Oswego, 
1916; Teacher History and Manager Track Athletics, Kemper Military 
"Academy, Boonville, Mo., 1916-. Born Weeping Water, Neb., May 26, 
1894. Brother of No. 760. 

935. THOMAS MORCOM. 128 E. 33D ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Medical Student, Northwestern University, 1913-. Born Mineral 
Del Monte, Hidalgo, Mex., Jan. 10, 1888. 

936. HAZAH M. MORRIS. WATHENA. 

A.B. Teacher, Rural Schools, Bourbon Co., 1914-15; Teacher English 
and Latin, High School, Uniontown, 1915-16; Homekeeper, Wathena, 1916-. 
Born Frankfort, July 11, 1890. Married Louis W. Stewart, June 1, 1916. 
Sister of No. 761. 

937. HENRY ROLLO MUELLER. 4741 FLOURNOY ST., CHICAGO, 

ILL. 

A.B. B.S. in Floriculture, The University of Illinois, 1916. Graduate 
Student, The University of Illinois, 1914-16; Florist, Chicago, 111., 1916-. 
Born Sedgwick, June 16, 1892. Brother of Nos. 710, 762. 

938. VERNA GLENELLA OCKER. McLOUTH. 

A.B. Student, Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, Mass., 1914-15; 
Teacher Latin and English. High School, McLouth, 1915-; Principal, 1916-. 
Born Nodaway Co., Mo., March 24, 1892. 

939. JENNIE FLORENCE OSBORN. PESHASTIN, WASH. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Wenatchee, Wash., 1914-16; Peshastin, Wash., 
1916-. Born Linn Co., Dec. 19, 1892. Sister of No. 764. 

940. ELIZABETH MAYE OSENBAUGH. CLAY CENTER. 

A.B. Teacher Latm, Botany and Physiology, High School, Marys- 
ville, 1914-15; Latin and English, Jewell City, 1915-16; Homekeeper, Clay 
Center, 1916-. Born Lucas, la., Nov. 19, 1894. Married Glenn C. Adams, 
June 20, 1916. 

941. KARL PRESHAW. 25 BRAINARD, DETROIT, MICH. 

A.B. With Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., 1915-. Born Baldwin 
City, Aug. 7, 1891. 

942. GORDON STAFFORD PRITCHETT. HENRYETTA, OKLA. 

A.B. B.S., State Manual Training Normal, Pittsburg, 1916. Teacher 
High School, Ada, Okla., 1914; Salesman, Karbe Grocery Co., Pittsburg, 
1915; Student State Manual Training Normal, 1915-16; Teacher History and 
Commercial Branches, High School, Henryetta, Okla., 1916-. Born 
Hackett City, Ark., Sept. 16, 1888. 

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1914] GRADUATES 

943. JOHN MERRILL RAPP. REDFIELD. 

A.B. Teacher History and Principal High School, Fairfax, Okla., 1914- 
16; Principal Schools, Redfield, 1916-. Born Baldwin City, Sept. 18, 1892. 
Brother of Nos. 159, 718. 



944. MARGARET ODEN RICHMOND. 320 E. 10TH, ABILENE. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and German, High School, Barnard, 1914-15; 
Homekeeper, Abilene, 1915-. Born Toronto, Dec. 22, 1888. Married R. B. 
Miller, D.D.S., Sept. 1, 1915. Child: Dorothy Margaret, June 26, 1916. 
Sister of No. 540. 



945. BRTTCE BOWMAN ROBINSON. 74 FENWOOD RD., BOSTON, 
MASS. 

A.B. M.A., Clark University, 1915. Graduate Student in Experimental 
Psychology and Junior Fellow, Clark University, 1914-15; Student Harvard 
University Medical School, 1915-. Born Compton, 111., April 17, 1891. Son 
of No. 57. 



946. RUTH ROWLAND. 209 S. JACKSON, KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and History, High School, La Cygne, 1914-15; At 
Home, Kansas City, Mo., 1915-. Born Kansas City, Mo., March 16, 1892. 

947. RALPH GUY RUST. PARSONS. 

A.B. Secretary and Treasurer, Rust Lumber Co., Ltd., Many, La., 
1914-15; With John H. Rust, Hardware and Implements, Parsons. 1915-. 
Born Altamont, Dec. 3, 1889. Married Ruby Mae Mason, No. 881, Dec. 30, 
1914. 



948. EDITH ANNETTE SMITH. MORRIS, OKLA. 

A.B. At Home, Herington, 1914-15; Teacher, Grades, Morris, Okla., 
1915-. Born Westmoreland, Dec. 4, 1891. Sister of No. 773. 



949. WEEMS VINTON SNIDER. HOLDENVILLE, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Commercial Branches, High School, Holdenville, Okla., 
1914-. Born Decatur, 111., Dec. 7, 1891. 

950. ROY R. STAFFORD. JANSEN, NEB. 

A. B. Farmer, Jansen, Neb., 1914-. Born Anderson Co., Sept. 3, 1885. 
Brother of No. 895. 



951. CLIFFORD CLYDE STEVENS. ALBIA, IA. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Albia, la., 1914-16; Life Insurance, 
Albia, la., 1916-. Born Lyon Co., la., Dec. 25, 1891. Married Marguerite 
A. Darbyshire, Dec. 22, 1915. 

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GRADUATES [1914 

952. ELVIE NATHAN STEWART, 5419D UNIVERSITY AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Medical Student, The University of Kansas, 1913-14; Farmer, 
Olathe, 1915-16; Medical Student, The University of Chicago, 1916-. Born 

Hiawatha, May 18, 1888. Married Ruth C. Merry, June 25, 1914. Child: 
Eric Neil, June 15, 1915. Brother of No. 834. 

953. INA GERALDINE STEWART. FORT SCOTT. 

A.B. Graduate Student in English, The University of Kansas, Summer, 
1915. Teacher Public Speaking and Physical Training, High School, Fort 
Scott, 1914-. Born Wamego, March 5, 1892. 

954. BERTHA JOY STOKES. MOUND VALLEY. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Home Economics, The University of Kan- 
sas, Summer, 1916. Teacher English, History and Science, High School, 
Talmage, 1914-16; History and Normal Training, High School, Mound 
Valley, 1916-. Born Anderson Co., Aug. 18, 1888. 

955. FRED CALVIN SUTTON. 707 LAKE ST., TOPEKA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1914-17; Min- 
ister M. E. Church, Parkdale, Topeka, 1917-. Born Anderson Co., Jan. 20, 
1892. Married Alice Corine Riley, Aug. 24, 1916. 

956. DAVID ELHANAN URNER. BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in The University of 
California, 1914-15, Summer, 1916; Teacher Mathematics, Union High 
School, Exeter, Calif., 1915-16; County High School, Bakersfield, Calif., 
1916-. Born Mitchell, Ind., Dec. 4, 1892. Married Mildred Ashbaugh, 
Aug. 24, 1915. Brother of No. 489. 

957. CHESTER BENSON VERNON. WATERVILLE. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Mound Ridge, 1914-16; Superintendent Schools, 
Waterville, 1916-. Born Baldwin City, Jan. 29, 1892. Married Lula E. 
Gordon, May 24, 1915. Brother of No. 778. 

958. WALTER WRAY WARING. STERLING. 

A.B. Teacher Physics and Music, High School, Sterling, 1914-15; His- 
tory and Music, 1915-16; History, 1916-. Born Waverly, Sept. 26, 1891. 
Married Laura Weyler, Dec. 25, 1915. Brother of Nos. 841, 1018. 

959. HELEN WILSON. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and English, High School, 
Sabetha, 1914-16; Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Montgomery Co., la., June 
12, 1890. Sister of Nos. 1087, 1088. 

960. RALPH EDGAR WINGER. GASTON, ORE. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student, The University of Ore- 
gon, Summers, 1915, '16. Principal Schools, Michigan Valley, 1914-15; 
Superintendent Schools, Gaston, Ore., 1915-. Born McCune, June 16, 1891. 
Brother of Nos. 493, 551. 

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1915] GRADUATES 

CLASS OF 1915 

961. VICTOR JOHN ALLDERDICE. COLDWATER. 

A.B. General Merchandise, Coldwater, 1915-. Born Coldwater, Aug. 
20, 1894. Brother of Nos. 496, 730, 785. 

962. SARAH HELEN ANDERSON. OSKALOOSA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and English, High School, 
St. Marys, 1915-16; Latin and History, Oskaloosa, 1916-. Born St. Louis, 
Mo., June 12, 1893. Sister of No. 900. 

963. GUY WALTER ARMSTRONG. MEADE. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Kansas, Summer, 1916. 
Teacher Mathematics and Sc'ence, Meade Co., High School, Meade, 1915-16; 
Principal Meade Co. High School, Meade, 1916-. Born Sterling, April 18, 
1889. Married Margaret Fulton Allan, June 7, 1916. 

9G4. WILMA MTLDRED BAIRD. 3020 HARRISON ST., KANSAS 
CITY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School. Smithville, Mo., 
1915-16; At Home, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. Born Oxford Junction, la., 
March 11, 1892. Sister of No. 901. 

965. ANNA GENEVA BENJAMIN. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Teacher English, Botany, History and Geometry, High School, 
Overbrook, 1915-16; At Home, Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Lyons, July 22, 
1891. Sister of No. 1027. 

966. MILDRED NINDE BOTKIN. MOUND VALLEY. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Mound Valley, 1915-. 
Member Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Born 
Wichita, Aug. 12, 1890. 

967. AURA RENFROW BRADLEY. BURLINGTON. 

A.B. Teacher Physics and Mathematics, High School, Burlington, 
1915-. Born Pond Creek, Okla., Jan. 15, 1894. 

968. JAMES LESTER BROWN. LENEXA. 

A.B. At Home, Lenexa, 1915-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 24, 1890. 
Brother of Nos. 560, 668. 

969. MARGARET LURA BROWN. HERINGTON. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Herington, 1915-16; English, High School, Her- 
ington, 1916-. Born Osage City, Dec. 3, 1893. 

970. HOWARD KARL CAMPBELL. COUNCIL GROVE. 

A.B. Clerk Drug Store, Council Grove, 1915-. Born Council Grove, 
Feb. 25, 1893. 

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GRADUATES [1915 

971. LAWRENCE J. CATLIN. NEODESHA. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Phvsics, The Universitv of Chicago. Summer, 
1916. Teacher Science, High School, Fredonia, 1913-15; Neodesha, 1915-. 
Born Hopkins, Mo., Aug. 6, 1888. Brother of No. 621. 

972. STANLEY WILLIAM CAYWOOD. WAVERLY. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Waverly, 1915-. Born Clifton, June 18, 
1892. 

973. CLARA ANNIS COE. WASHINGTON. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Washington, 1915-16; 
English, 1916-. Born Yates Center, Nov. 24, 1885. 

974. HARRY ARCHER COLEMAN. 
A.B. Born Fort Scott, Kans., 1888. 

975. EARL MORTON CRAWFORD. GARFIELD. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Garfield, 1915-. Born Sedgwick, Jan. 
1, 1887. Married Iva C. Niles, July 26, 1916. 

976. WILBUR SUMMER DAVISON. CHANUTE. 

A.B. B S. in Agriculture, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1912. 
Teacher Biology and History, Senior High School, Chanute, 1915-. Born 
Leadville, Colo., May 7, 1889. 

977. MYRTLE EVA DAUM. NORTONVILLE. 

A.B. Teacher Grades and Science and Historv, High School, Norton- 
ville, 1915-16; At Home, Nortonville, 1916-. .Born Nortonville, Jan. 2, 1890. 

978. ROLLIN EARL DEVORE. MUSCOTAH. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Muscotah, 1915-. Member, Kansas 
Academy of Science. Born Corning, la., Feb. 21, 1885. Married Alida May 
Wilkins, lune 5, 1910. Children, Doris Ethel, May 10, 1911; Rollin Jean, 
Jan. 6, 1915. 

979. NETA ANTHELIA DIMMOCK. HIAWATHA. 

A.B. Teacher, 5th Grade, Hiawatha, 1915-. Born Hiawatha, March 
19, 1891. 

980. THOMAS ALEXANDER EVANS. '- WESTMORELAND. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Education, The Uni- 
versity of Chicago. Summer, 1916. Superintendent Schools, Westmoreland, 
1915-. Born Straightsville, O., Oct. 1, 1884. 

981. EVERETT ROSWELL FILLEY. TULSA, OKLA. 

A.B. With Producers Oil Co., Tulsa, Okla., 1915-. Born Filley, Neb., 
Sept. 5, 1894. 

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1915] GRADUATES 

982. EARL RAYMOND FOILES. FULTON. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Eudora, 1912-13; Monticello, 1913-14; 
Yates Center Ct, 1914-15; Mont Ida, 1915-17; Fulton, 1917. Born Story 
Co., la., May 25, 1881. Married Esther R. Whitwam, No. 915, June 8, 1910. 
Children: Jewel, Feb. 19, 1913; Charles Frank, Dec. 1, 1915. 

983. JOHN THOMAS FRAZER. WESTPORT POINT, MASS. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1915-. Born 
Rippy, la., Aug. 31, 1885. Married Edna Alvida Ruhlen, No. 1007, July 29, 
1916. 

984. CAMMIE GRAY. NANKING, CHINA. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Iola, 1915-16; Missionary, Nan- 
king, China, 1916-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 2, 1891. 

985. RUTH IRENE HATCH. CENTRALIA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher German and Latin, High School, 
Centralia, 1915-. Born Granada, May 15, 1887. 

986. NELL MAE HAXTON. LYONS. 
A.B. At Home, Lyons, 1915-. Born Lyons, June 15, 1890. 

987. JOHN WESLEY HEATON. 5419D UNIVERSITY AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and Mathematics, High School, Powhattan, 1915- 
16; Graduate Student in Latin, Greek and History, The University of Chi- 
cago, 1916-. Born Clinton, Mo., Aug. 7, 1895. Brother of No. 522. 

988. ESTHER MATILDA HENNEY. 3921 FLORAL ST., KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

A.B. Homekeeper, Kansas City, Mo., 1915-. Born Willis, Sept. 26, 
1893. Married Marion L. Rousey, Nov. 25, 1915. Sister of No. 921. 

989. ALBERT EDWIN HENRY. PRATT. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Richmond, 1906-07; Neosho Falls, 1907- 
09; Guymon, Okla., 1909-13; Sterling, 1913-15; Pratt, 1915-. Member 
Board of Trustees, Southwestern College, 1916-. Born Freeman, Mo., May 
9, 1880. Married Roberta Harvey, Nov. 4, 1906. Children, Vivian Bernard, 
Oct. 5, 1907; Helen Ruth, June 26, 1912. 

990. IRMA HIGHBAUGH. ALMA. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Alma, 1915-. Born Hammond, 
111., Jan. 29, 1891. 

991. MARGARET CATHERINE HOLLAND. HOLTON. 

A.B. Teacher Science, Mathematics and Music, High School, Solomon, 
1915-16; At Home, Holton, 1916-. Born Topeka, May 9, 1894. 

212 



GRADUATES [1915 

992. GRACE LA DORA HONNELL. KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Grades, Kansas City, 1915-. Born 
Horton, Aug. 21, 1891. 

993. CHARLES HAROLD KONANTZ. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Kingman, 1915-16; Lyceum 
work, with Ralph Dunbar, 1916-. Born Uniontown, April 7, 1893. 

994. ORENA JOSEPHINE LINSCOTT. ROBINSON. 

A.B. B.Ped., Campbell College, Holton, 1914. Teacher Latin, Camp- 
bell College, Holton, 1915-16; Latin and English, High School, Robinson, 
1916-. Born Farmington, Me., Feb. 23, 1894. 

995. RUTH MAE LOCKWOOD. GOODLAND. 

A.B. Teacher History and English, Sherman Co., High School, Good- 
land, 1915-. Born St. Francis, April 2, 1892. 

996. VERNON REAM McMILLAN. 331 OHIO ST., TERRE HAUTE, 

IND. 

A.B. With J. E. Sayre & Co., Terre Haute, Ind., 1915-. Born Mor- 
rill, March 22, 1894. Brother of No. 14 C. 

997. VICTOR CLINTON MONNINGER. 1831 CHICAGO AVE., 

EVANSTON, ILL. 

A.B. Salesman, Kansas City, Mo., and Junction City, 1915-16; Graduate 
Student in History, Northwestern University, 1916-. Born Carlton, Aug. 
15, 1888. 

998. EMBERSON WILLIAM MYLER. IOLA. 

A.B. Graduated from Kansas State Normal School, 1887. Superin- 
tendent Schools, Dighton, 1887-89; Cottonwood Falls, 1889-90; Baldwin City, 
1890-96; Moran, 1896-98; Burlingame, 1898-01; Lawyer, Iola, 1901-. Mem- 
ber Kansas Academy of Language and Literature. Mayor, Iola, 1903-05. 
President Board of Directors, Iola Free Public Library, 1912-. Born 
Neoga, 111., Jan. 4, 1862. Married Laura Kate Bacon, Aug. 29, 1895. Chil- 
dren, Marshall Emberson, Jan. 21, 1901; Joseph Larkin, Jan. 22, 1905. 

999. FREDA LOIS NEAL. BRAYMER, MO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Mathematics, English, Music, High 
School, Braymer, Mo., 1915-. Born Crainsville, Mo., Jan. 17, 1893. 

1000. FRED W. OSTERHOUT. ATTICA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Education, Kansas State 
Normal School, Summer, 1915; Graduate Student in History, The Univer- 
sity of Kansas, Summer, 1916. Superintendent Schools, Brookville, 1915-16; 
Principal High School, Attica, 1916-. Member Pi Kappa Delta. Born 
Morrowville, Sept. 8, 1885. 

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1915] GRADUATES 

1C01. HELEN ELIZABETH PRICE. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Assistant Teacher, Public Schools, Newton, Mass., 1915-16; 
Teacher Grades, Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Chanute, July 17, 1892. 
Daughter of No. 27. Sister of No. 717. 

1C02. WAYNE PEARSON RANDALL. WAKEFIELD. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Education, The University of Chicago, Sum- 
mer, 1916. Superintendent Schools, Wakefield, 1915-. Born Clay Center, 
Aug. 10, 1893. Married Leah Mildred Carson, Aug. 25, 1915. 

1003. WILLA RUTH RICE. EUREKA. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Eureka, 1915-. Born Car- 
terville, Mo., July 5, 1893. 

1004. WILLIAM ALFRED RICHARDS. TORONTO. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, Science and Normal Training, and Prin- 
cipal, High School, Toronto, 1915-16; Superintendent Schools, Toronto, 
1916-. Born Corning, la., May 3, 1890. 

1005. ANNA RUTH ROSEBERRY. LOST SPRINGS. 

A.B. Teacher History, English and Mathematics, High School, Lost 
Springs, 1915-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 10, 1890. Sister of No. 483. 

1006. CHARLES LESTER RUHLEN. CHESTER, N. J. 

A.B. Graduate Student in The logy, Drew Theological Seminary, 1915-. 
Born Wetmore, May 8, 1884. Married Edith May Stafford, No. 895, June 23, 
1916. Brother of No. 1007. 

1007. EDNA ALVIDA RUHLEN. WESTPORT POINT, MASS. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher, Foltz Institute, Herkimer, N. Y., 
1915; Deaconess, M. E. Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1916; Homekeeper, 1916-. 
Born Wetmore, March 20, 1887. Married John Thomas Frazer, No. 983, 
July 29, 1916. Sister of No. 1006. 

1008. FRANK BOWMAN SIEGRIST. 3800 CENTRAL, KANSAS 

CITY, MO. 

A.B. With The Siegrist Engraving Co., Kansas City Mo., 1915-. 
Born Kansas City, Mo., May 20, 1891. Son of Nos. 67 and 41. 

1009. MARY EDITH SITES. ATWOOD. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in German and Latin, 
The University of Kansas, Summer, 1916. Teacher Latin and German, 
Rawlins Co., High School, Atwood, 1915-. Born Hebron, Ind., Feb. 7, 
1892. 

1010. JESSIE DOROTHY SMITH. PROTECTION. 

A.B. Teacher German and English, Protection, 1915-. Born Parsons, 
Feb. 10, 1891. 

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GRADUATES [1915 

1011. MARY PRICE SMITH. WATHENA. 

A.B. Teacher History and English, High School, Wathena, 1915-. 
Born Rangoon, Burma, India, Dec. 10, 1893. Sister of No. 724. 

1012. THEODORE GARLAND SMITH. 72 MT. VERNON ST., BOS- 

TON, MASS. 

A.B. Minister, Oklahoma, 1915-16; Graduate Student in Theology, 
Boston University, 1916-. Born Pattonsburg, Mo., July 4, 1890. 

1013. ROY LEE STEINHEIMER. FORD. 

A.B. Teacher, Ford, 1915-. Born Arkansas, Jan. 16, 1892. Brother 
of No. 896. 

1014. LEO GLENN SWOGGER. WAVERLY. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. A.M., The University of Kansas, 1916. 
Graduate Student in Latin, and Fellow, The University of Kansas, 1915-16; 
Editor Gazette, Waverly, 1916-. Member Sigma Delta Chi. Born Idana, 
May 6, 1895. 

1015. RUTH EDITH THOMAS. NESS CITY. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, English and Mathematics, High School, Mildred, 
1915-16; Ness City, 1916-. Born Sterling, Dec. 29, 1894. 

1016. GLADYS RUTH TUFTS. ABILENE. 

A.B. Playground Work, Redpath-Horner Chautauqua System, Sum- 
mers, 1915, '16; Representative Redpath Lyceum Bureau, 1915-. Born 
Eskridge, June 23, 1893. 

1017. CHARLES WILSON WARE. GRENOLA. 
A.B. Farmer, Grenola, 1915-. Born Grenola, May 18, 1892. 

1018. RETA HAZEL WARING. CHEROKEE, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Cherokee, Okla., 1915-. Born 
Waverly, Dec. 21, 1890. Sister of Nos. 841, 958. 

1019. LLOYD KENNEDY WHITE. SAPULPA, OKLA. 

A.B. Teacher Physics and Chemistry, High School, Sapulpa, Okla., 
1915-. Member American Chemical Society. Born Burns, Jan. 15, 1894. 

1020. JEANETTE WICKSTROM. MEADE. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and German, Meade Co., High School, Meade, 
1915-. Born Chanute, Jan. 19, 1893. 

1021. EVERETT RAYMOND WILES. 606 TOPEKA AVE, TOPEKA. 

A.B. Teacher Science, High School, Westfield, 111, 1916; Assistanf 
Chemist, A. T. & S. Fe. Ry, Topeka, 1916-. Born De Smet, S. D, April 2 
1892. Married Maude Aileen Kemler, Nov. 11, 1916. 

215 



1915-16] GRADUATES 

1022. CORALIE ROXETTA WILLIAMS. 1132 UNIVERSITY ST., 

WICHITA. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Wichita, 1915-. Born Atlantic, la., Nov. 24, 
1891. 

1023. FAYETTE JULIUS WOOD. IRVING. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Education, The University of Kansas, Sum- 
mer, 1916. Principal High School, Hartford, 1915-16; Irving, 1916-. Born 
Wamego, Jan. 9, 1893. Brother of No. 850. 



CLASS OF 1916 

1024. BENA ALBERTA ANDERSON. RANTOUL. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Principal Rural High School, Rantoul, 
1916-. Born Ottawa, Oct. 8, 1888. 

1025. RAY EDDLY AXTON. IOLA. 
A.B. Born Cherryvale, July 4, 1893. Brother of Nos. 404, 666. 

1026. ANNA RUTH BENHAM. HORTON. 

A.B. Teacher History, High School, Horton, 1916-. Born Fontana, 
June 24, 1894. Sister of No. 734. 

1027. OPAL VERN BENJAMIN. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Lyons, Oct. 8, 1893. 
Sister of No. 965. 

1028. CLYDE OWEN BRADEN. KANSAS CITY, MO. 

A.B. Teacher Athletics, Country Day School, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. 
Born Baldwin City, Nov. 5, 1891. Brother of No. 616. 

1029. MARY FAY BROWN. WINCHESTER. 

A.B. Teacher Grades, and English in High School, Winchester, 1916-. 
Born Fall River, April 1, 1894. 

1030. MARY ELIZABETH BROWNRIGG. ALTA VISTA. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and English, High School, Alta Vista, 
1916-. Born Goodrich, Dec. 18, 1892. 

1031. RUTH ESTHER BRUNE. WELLSVILLE. 

A.B. Teacher German and Latin, High School, Wellsville, 1916-. 
Born Lake View, Sept. 12, 1893. Sister of No. 906. 

1032. GEORGE WILLIAM CARSON. 5627 MARYLAND AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

A.B.; Mus.B., 1916. Graduate Student in Sociology, The University of 
Chicago, 1916. Born Blair, Neb., Aug. 27, 1890. 

216 



GRADUATES [1916 

1033. WALTER FRANK DE LASHMUTT. LA CROSSE. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and Director Athletics, High School, La 
Crosse, 1916-. Born Ft. Madison, la., Dec. 27, 1895. 

1034. NEVA BERTRICE, DENISON. SPEARVILLE. 

A.B. Teacher Latin and English, High School, Spearville, 1916-. 
Born Rexford, Aug. 22, 1893. 

1035. MYRTLE ETNA DENLINGER. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Hartland, Dec. 13, 1893. 
Sister of No. 862. 

1036. PHOEBE ELIZABETH EMERY. NANKING, CHINA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Missionary, Nanking, China, 1916-. Born 
Lawrence, Sept. 8, 1884. 

1037. RUTH ADELINE ERNST. ATCHISON. 
A.B. Teacher Grades, Atchison, 1916-. Born Atchison, Aug. 29, 1893. 

1038. PAUL LAWRENCE EVANS. MINNEAPOLIS. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics, High School, Minneapolis, 1916-. Born 
Stuart, la., May 15, 1893. Brother of No. 626. 

1039. GRACE MARGARET FITZGERALD. UNIONTOWN. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, English and History, High School, Uniontown, 
1916-. Born Blue Rapids, April 26, 1894. 

1040. TRUE EARL FOSTER. PARSONS. 

A.B. Teacher History and Science and Director Athletics, Parsons, 
1916-. Born Liberty, Aug. 3, 1893. 

1041. RUTH HENRIETTA GLASIER. PAYSON, ILL. 

A.B. Teacher English and Principal Charles W. Seymour Memorial 
High School, Payson, 111., 1916-. Born Quincy, 111., June 17, 1894. Sister 
of No. 1042. | 

1042. WALTER JOHN C. GLASIER. HAMPTON, N. J. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Evangelist, 1914-15; Linwood, 1915-16; 
Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1916-. Born 
Quincy, 111., Feb. 5, 1887. Married Nellie May Hill, June 20, 1912. Child: 
Kenneth Hill, April 3, 1914. Brother of No. 1041. 

1043. ROY ERNEST GORDON. 937 W. ELLSWORTH, DENVER, 

COLO. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Independence Circuit, 1911-12; Lone 
Elm, 1912-14; Rantoul, 1914-16; Graduate Student in Theology, Iliff School 
of Theology, 1916-. Born Stotesbury, Mo., Feb. 16, 1887. Married Myrtle 
Belle Goodman, Sept. S, 1909. 

217 



1916] GRADUATES 

1044. BURR GUNSAULLUS. 72 MT. VERNON ST, BOSTON, MASS. 

A.B. Graduate student in Theology, Boston University, 1916-. Born 
Bourbon Co., April 17, 1879. 

1C45. MARY JOSEPHINE HAINES. AUGUSTA. 

A.B. At Home, Hutchinson, 1916-17; Homekeeper, 1917-. Born 
Hutchinson, Aug. 21, 1893. Married Charles Willard Penley, No. 1069, Feb. 
12, 1917. 



1C46. DOROTHY ELIZABETH HANN. BURLINGTON JUNCTION, 
MO. 

A.B. Teacher Mathematics and History, High School, Burlington 
Junction, Mo, 1916-. Born Burlington Junction, Mo, Jan. 20, 1896. Sister 
of No. 1047. 



1047. JENNIE FOSTER HANN. CLEARMONT, MO. 

A.B. Teacher I atin, English and History, High School, Clearmont, 
Mo., 1916-. Born Burlington Junction, Mo, March 29, 1894. Sister of 
No. 1046. 

1048. EVALENA HARRIS. HOWARD. 

A.B. At Home, Howard, 1916-. Born Howard, Aug. 2, 1891. Sister 
of No. 864. 

1049. FREEMAN CARROLL HAVIGHURST. LAWRENCE. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Fellow in Philosophy, The University of 
Kansas, Lawrence, 1916-. Born Bloomington, 111, March 1, 1895. 

1050. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH HEDGE. WESTBORO, MO. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, Mathematics and Physics, High School, West- 
boro, Mo, 1916-. Born, Whiting, May 31, 1893. 

1051. FAYE PEARL HOLLIS. FREDONIA. 

A.B. Teacher English and Mathematics, High School, Fredonia, 1916-. 
Born Carthage, Mo, March 12, 1892. 

1052. FLORENCE HUDSON. AXTELL. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Axtell, 1916-. Born Neodesha, 
Jan. 16, 1895. 

1053. LE ROY JEWELL. HAVILAND. 

A.B. Principal High School, Haviland, 1916-. Born Golden City. 
Mo, Feb. 15, 1894. 

218 



GRADUATES [1916 

1054. LOUIS HARRISON KAUB. 9 RIDGE AVE., DEDHAM, MASS. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Minister, M. E. Church, Edwardsville, 1915- 
16; Graduate Student in Theology, Boston University, 1916-. Born Cen- 
tropolis, April 11, 1891. Married Minnie Marie Weide, No. 1086, Aug. 2, 
1916. 

1055. JOHN RICHARD KIRBY. JEFFERSON. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Morehead, 1916-17; Jefferson, 1917-. 
Born Parker, Nov. 1, 1890. 

1056. FLORA KRAFT. FAIRVIEW. 

A.B. Teacher English and Domestic Science, High School, Fairview, 
1916-. Born Chicago, 111., Sept. 18, 1892. 

1057. OLIVE KREEK. WAVERLY, MO. 

A.B. At Home, Oregon, Mo., 1916; Teacher Latin and Mathematics, 
High School, Waverly, Mo., Jan., 1917-. Born Oregon, Mo., July 11, 1893. 

1058. FRANK GLENN LANKARD. 72 MT. VERNON ST., BOSTON, 

MASS. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student in Theology, Boston 
University, Boston, Mass., 1916-. Born Anderson Co., Sept. 1, 1892. 

1059. FORREST MABRY LARMER. WESTBORO, MO. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Westboro, Mo., 1916-. Born Ravenwood, Mo., 
Jan. 17, 1898. 

1060. MAMIE KATHELENE LAUER. CASTLE ROCK, COLO. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1916-. Born Elmo, Oct. 4, 1893. Married Ralph 
O. Taylor, No. 1081, Aug. 17, 1916. 

1061. MARIAN TATE LEACH. FRONTENAC. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Frontenac, 1916-. Born Baldwin 
City, Sept. 4, 1887. Sister of No. 702. 

1062. GLADYS MARIE LISHERNESS. CHANUTE. 

A.B. At Home, Baldwin City, 1916; Teacher English and History, 
High School, Chanute, Jan., 1917-. Born Lancaster, Wis., Oct. 9, 1894. 

1063. HURST MAJORS. WAVERLY. 

A.B. Newspaper work, Waverly, 1916-. Born Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 
18, 1895. 

1064. CLARENCE AVERY McCULLOUGH. MAPLE HILL. 

A.B. Principal Schools, Maple Hill, 1916-. Born Savoy, 111. Sept 
9, 1892. 

219 



1916] GRADUATES 

1065. ROY STEWART McCULLOCH. ELMONT. 

A.B. Graduate First Penn. State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 
1905. Teacher twelve years. Minister, M. E. Church, Allen, 1916-17; El- 
mont, 1917-. Born McCulloch's Mills, Juniata Co., Pa., Dec. 17, 1879. 
Married Nellie Winsor, Sept. 4, 1913. Children, Charles Winsor, July 6, 
1915; Paul Dean, Feb. 26, 1917. 

1066. EMMA MELTON. CLINTON, MO. 

A.B. Teacher Latin, High School, Clinton, Mo., 1916-. Born War- 
saw, Mo., June 11, 1880. 

1067. EUNICE ANN MOORE. FREDONIA. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin, High School, Fredonia, 
1916-. Born Marionville, Mo., July 22, 1892. Sister of No. 885. 

1068. VERA VIVIAN PAYTON. CLARINDA, IA. 
A.B. At Home, Clarinda, la., 1916-. Born Clarinda, la., Aug. 18, 1894. 

1069. CHARLES WILLARD PENLEY. AUGUSTA. 

A.B. Banker, Augusta, 1916-. Born Augusta, Feb. 12, 1894. Married 
Mary Josephine Haines, No. 1045, Feb. 12, 1917. 

1070. LOIS CECELIA PENNOCK. WESTMORELAND. 

A.B. Teacher English and History, High School, Westmoreland, 
1916-. Born Olathe, July 10, 1892. 

1071. LORETTA MARGARET POWELL. ESKRIDGE. 

A.B. At Home, Topeka, 1916; Teacher English, High School, Eskridge, 
Jan., 1917-. Born, Topeka, Aug. 14, 1893. 

1072. ROY FRANKLIN PRESTON. 5813 DORCHESTER AVE., CHI- 

CAGO, ILL. 

A.B. Graduate Student, The University of Chicago, 1916-. Born 
Linn Co., Jan. 19, 1893. 

1073. MAY RANDALL. MONROE, WASH. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Latin and English, High School, 
Monroe, Wash., 1916-. Born Osage City, Dec. 24, 1890. Daughter of 
Nos. 65 and 87. 

1074. HARRY RIGBY. VERNON. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Principal Schools, Vernon, 1916-. Born 
Leigh, Lancashire, England, May 23, 1884. 

1075. MELVIN GILLISON RIGG. ITHACA, N. Y. 

A.B., Alpha Delta Sigma. Graduate Student and Fellow in Philosophy, 
Cornell University, 1916-. Born Eureka, Oct. 20, 1895. 

220 



GRADUATES [1916 

1076. LYNN HOOVER RUPERT. 460 W. 35TH ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Baldwin Circuit, 1914-15; Monticello, 
1915-16; Graduate Student in Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1916-. 
Born Sedalia, Mo., Feb. 3, 1890. Married Hazel Laona Lindory, June 9, 1913. 
Child, Ida Loamia, June 16, 1916. 

1077. GLEN SAMUEL SLOUGH. COATS. 

A.B. Superintendent Schools, Coats, 1916-. Born Quincy, Feb. 10, 
1895. Brother of No. 1078. 

1078. LYDIA KATHERINE SLOUGH. QUINCY. 

A.B. Principal High School and Teacher English and Latin, Quincy, 
1916-. Born Quincy, Oct. 18, 1889. Sister of No. 1077. 

1079. OTIS FRANKLIN SMITH. EVANSTON, ILL. 

A.B. Graduate Student in Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1916-. 
Born Sedalia, Mo., Oct. 3, 1886. 

1080. CLARISSA STEPHENSON. YATES CENTER. 

A.B. Teacher English, High School, Yates Center, 1916-. Born Yates 
Center, Sept. 8, 1895. 

1081. RALPH O. TAYLOR. CASTLE ROCK, COLO. 

A.B. Ministerial Supply (M. E.), Gardner, 1916; Ministerial Supply, 
Castle Rock, Colo., 1917-. Graduate Student in Theology, Iliff School of 
Theology, Jan., 1917-. Born Lyons, Sept. 24, 1891. Married Mamie Kathe- 
lene Lauer, No. 1060, Aug. 17, 1916. 

1082. ARTHUR LE ROY THOMPSON. BALDWIN CITY. 

A.B. Clerk, Clothing Store, Baldwin City, 1916-. Born Howard, 
April 1, 1892. Brother of No. 775. 

1083. JAMES ROBERT TREGANZA. ST. PAUL. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Nortonville, 1916-17; St. Paul, 1917-. 
Born Hazel Green, Wis., Nov. 12, 1886. 



1084. MADELINE HELEN WARDEN. McCRACKEN. 
A.B. At Home, McCracken, 1916-. Born McCracken, Jan. 7, 1892. 

1085. TROY SANDERS WARNER. 244 S. GILPIN, DENVER, COLO. 

A.B. Minister, M. E. Church, Greeley, 1914-15; LeLoup, 1915-16; Mon- 
ticello, 1916; Graduate Student in Theology, Iliff School of Theology, 
1916-. Born Milton, 111., March 14, 1881. Married Julia Rose Adams, June 
15, 1904. Children, Anna Evelyn, Oct. 14, 1905; Lucille Katherine, Dec. 7, 
1906. 

221 



1916] GRADUATES 

1086. MINNIE MARIE WEIDE. 9 RIDGE AVE, DEDHAM, MASS. 

A.B. Homekeeper, 1916-. Born Yates Center, Jan. 21, 1892. Married 
Louis Harrison Kaub, No. 1054, Aug. 2, 1916. 

1087. MURRAY ALDERSON WILSON. OSWEGO. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Principal High School, Oswego, 1916-. 
Born Palmyra, la, Aug. 15, 1894. Brother of Nos. 959, 1088. 

1088. WENONA WILSON. CHAPMAN. 

A.B. Alpha Delta Sigma. Teacher Mathematics, Dickinson Co. High 
School, Chapman, 1916-. iJom Anderson, lnd, teb. 13, 1892. Sister of Nos. 
959, 1087. 

1089. ELBERT SANFORD WRIGHT. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 

A.B. Teacher History, Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark, 
1916-. Born Baldwin City, Jan. 25, 1894. 

1090. HERBERT WRIGHT. KANSAS CITY. 

A.B. With J. W. Jenkins' Sons, Kansas City, Mo, 1916-. Born 
Kansas City, Mo, Feb. 7, 1893. 

1091. GEORGE WASHINGTON ZABEL. LOCK HAVEN, PA. 

A.B. Professional Baseball, 1916-. Born Wetmore, Feb. 18, 1891. 
Married Ruby Kathrine Kress, June 10, 1916. Child: Kathrine Kress, 
March 22, 1917. 



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[1908-11 



ALUMNI OF THE CONSERVATORY 
OF MUSIC 

CLASS OF 1908 

1C. RHODA JAMIESON. MANKATO. 

Mus.B. Student Voice and Piano, Chicago Musical College, Chicago, 
111., 1910-11; Student Voice with J. C. Wilcox, Denver, Colo., Summers, 
1913, '14, '15, '16; Student Music, Kansas State Normal School, Summer, 
1911. Mus'c Teacher, Public Schools, Osage City, 1911-12; Halstead, 1912- 
13; Read'ng, 1913-16; Mankato, 1916-. Born Burlingame, March 6, 1885. 
Sister of No. 694. 



CLASS OF 1910. 

2C. NETTIE IRENE AMOS. 2118 E. 38TH ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 
Mus.B. Born Lindsborg, June 16, — . Married Harold Lowdermilk. 

3C. FLETA EDITH CROWLEY. McCRACKEN. 

Mus.B. Homekeeper. Born Garden City, Aug. 6, 1887. Married 
George W. Underhill. 

4C. EVERETT KIN FOSTER. 
Mus.B. (See College No. 591.) 

5C. EULA REBA SMITH. 

Mus.B. (See College No. 598.) 



CLASS OF 1911. 

6C. EDITH MAE BIDEAU. PITTSBURG. 

Mus.B. A.B., The University of Kansas. 1912. Student in Voice with 
Madam Bensberg-Barrachia, and Piano with Clarence Bird, Florence, Italy, 
1913-15; Teacher Voice and Piano, Chanute, 1915-16; Professor Voice, Man- 
ual Training Normal School, Pittsburg, 1916-. Concert Soprano. Born 
Buffalo, Nov. 6, 1888. 

7C. RAYMOND WILLIS PORTER. 
Mus.B. (See College No. 714.) 



1912-15] ALUMNI 

CLASS OF 1912 
8C. MARY BRIGHAM. 

Mus.B. (See College No. 451.) 

9C. ERNEST LINCOLN COX. 711 EUCLID, DES MOINES, IA. 

Mus.B. Teacher Voice, Moores Hill College, Moores Hill, Ind., 1912-13; 
Student Music and Director of Music, American Church, Berlin, Germany, 
1913-14; Director of Music, Grand Avenue Temple, Kansas City, Mo., 1914- 
15; Head Voice Department, Highland Park College and Director of Choir, 
Grace M. E. Church, Des Moines, la., 1915-. Born Oak Grove, Mo., Dec. 
15, 1886. Married Elizabeth Voorhis, No. 839, Aug. 5, 1913. Children: 
Catherine Voorhis, Aug. 28, 1914; Margaret Elizabeth, Dec. 31, 1915. 

IOC. FERN LUCILE HOOVER. OSAGE CITY. 

Mus.B. Teacher Music, Eureka, 1913-14; At Home, Baldwin City, 1914- 
16; Teacher Public School Music, Osage City, 1916-. Born Cambridge, 
Feb. 6, 1891. 

11C. SIDDIE ETHEL KREGAR. ANTHONY. 

Mus.B. Teacher Music, Anthony, 1912-. Born Milford, Jan. 15, 1890. 



CLASS OF 1913. 

12C. BERNA JOSEPHINE HANNUM. KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Mus.B. Teacher Music, Cherryvale, 1913-14; Assistant in Physical 
Training for Women, Baker University, 1914-15; Homekeeper, 1915-. Born 
Garnett, May 3, 1891. Married Fred Allen Price, No. 716, June 12, 1915. 



CLASS OF 1914. 

13C. GLADYS MERCIA DOUGHERTY. 1525 WESTERN AVE., TO- 
PEKA. 

Mus.B. Student Stenography, Topeka, 1914-15; Teacher Piano, also 
Teacher Commercial Branches, Dougherty's Business College, Topeka, 
1915-. Born Topeka, Oct. 5, 1890. 

14C. HELEN KITLENA McMILLAN. BALDWIN CITY. 

Mus.B. Student in College, Baker University, 1914-. Born Morrill, 
March 22, 1894. 

CLASS OF 1915. 
15C. BENJAMIN JACOB BRUNE. 
Mus.B. (See College No. 905.) 

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ALUMNI [1915-16 

16C. JESSIE MUIR BUNTEN. BRITTON, S. DAK. 

Mus.B. Teacher. Born Scranton, Apr. 12, 1893. 

17C. ELSIE MAY HAIGH. BALDWIN CITY. 

Mus.B. Student in College, Baker University, 1915-. Born Sabetha, 
Dec. 2, 1893. Sister of No. 683. 



CLASS OF 1916. 
18C. LELAND LEGLER BROWN. LONOKE, ARK. 

Mus.B. Farmer, Lonoke, Ark., 1916-. Born Oskaloosa, Aug. 3, 1892. 

19C. GEORGE WILLIAM CARSON. 
Mus.B. (See College No. 1032.) 

20C. GEORGIA ESTHER HOFFMAN. FRANKFORT. 

Mus.B. Teacher Music in Public Schools, Frankfort, 1916-. Born 
Perry, May 29, 1894. 

21C. ESTHER MARTIN. 2614 E. 30TH ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Mus.B. With The Methodist Book Concern and Student Horner Insti- 
tute of Fine Arts, Kansas City, Mo., 1916-. Born Greenleaf, July 9, 1894. 
Sister of No. 879. 



225 



1892-09] 



ALUMNI WITH ADVANCED DEGREES 
PRO MERITO 



Year Name Degree 

1892 Franklin Pierce Smith, A.B A.M. 

1894 Anna May Hair, A.B AM 

(Mrs. M. C. Findley.) 

1894 William Colfax Markham, A.B A.M. 

1894 Robert T. Smith A.M. 

1894 Frank James Squires A.M. 

1894 Nathan Abijah Swickard, A.B A.M. 

1895 Robert T. Smith, A.M Ph. D. 

1895 Nathan Abijah Swickard, A.M Ph.D. 

1895 Samuel Brush Haskin, A.B A.M. 

1895 Francis Cummins Lockwood, A.B A.M. 

1895 Paul Martin Pearson, A.B A.M. 

1895 James Marion Price, A.B A.M. 

1895 * William Brown Swan, A.B., M.D A.M. 

1896 *Mrs. Ella R. Price, A.M Ph. D. 

1896 Frederick Beman Price, A.M Ph. D. 

1896 Nathaniel V. Moore A.M. 

1896 William Parsons, A.B A.M. 

1897 Oliver Lincoln Utter, A.B A.M. 

1897 Nathaniel V. Moore, A.M Ph. D. 

1897 Arza Bracken Fogle, A.B A.M. 

1897 *Harry Bertrand Wren, A.B A.M. 

1897 Thomas Ira Motter, A.B A.M. 

1898 Elkanah Harley Haskin, A.B A.M. 

1898 Jennie May Kershner, Ph. B A.M. 

(Mrs. K. W. Robbins.) 

1898 Ida Laura Kershner, Ph. B A.M. 

(Mrs. E. E. Hickman.) 

1898 William Wylie Kilpatrick, Ph. B A.M. 

1899 Ralph Wakefield, A.B A.M. 

1900 Lydia Sain, B.L A.M. 

1901 *David McMillan Houghtelin, A.B., 

S.T.B A.M. 

1902 Arthur Wirt Lowther, Ph. B A.M. 

1903 Scott Elias William Bedford, A.B A.M. 

1903 Dan Brearley Brummitt, A.B., S.T.B... A.M. 

1903 Robert Benjamin Hayes, A.B A.M. 

1903 Edwin Merrick Miller, A.B., M.D A.M. 

1903 Thomas James Riley, A.B A.M. 

1904 Sanford Parmenas Archer, Ph. B A.M. 

1904 Mrs. Eva Gill Clark, A.B A.M. 

1904 Bertram Everett McProud, A.B A.M. 

1904 Lewis Grant Reser, A.B A.M. 

1905 Frank Wesley Allin, B.S., M.D A.M. 

1905 George Albert Nicholson, A.B A.M. 

1905 James D. Smith, M.S A.M. 

1908 Mabel Alberta Allison, A.B A.M. 

(Mrs. .) 

1909 Chester Haviland Crane Dudley, 

A.B., B.D A.M. 

226 



Address 
Lawrence. 
Salem, Ore. 

Baldwin City. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Austin, Tex. 
Mediapolis, la. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Mediapolis, la. 
Olathe. 
Tucson, Ariz. 
Swarthmore, Pa. 
Littleton, Colo. 



Allahabad, India. 
Satsop, Wash. 
Des Moines, la. 
West Mansfield, O. 
Satsop, Wash. 
Williamsburg. 

Oak Park, 111. 
Lenexa. 
Chicago, 111. 

Warsaw, Ind. 



Litchfield, 111. 
Neosho Falls. 



Logansport, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 
Sedalia, Mo. 
Mound City, Mo. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Streator, 111. 
Westwood, Calif. 
University Place, Neb. 
Delavan, Wis. 
Chicago, 111. 
Kusa, Okla. 
Emporia. 



Keene, N. H. 



ALUMNI 



[1909-12 



Year Name Degree Address 

1909 Elmer Perry Monahan, Ph. B A.M. Kansas City, Mo. 

1909 Leroy Trophimus Reser, Ph. B A.M. Baldwin City. 

1911 Fred Mark Bailey, A.B A.M. Ottawa. 

1911 Fowler Adelphi Brooks, A.B A.M. Norman, Okla. 

1911 Harriet Kemp, A.B., Ped. B A.M. Grinnell, la. 

(Mrs. J. R. Lewis.) 

1912 Arthur D. Catlin, A.B A.M. Yates Center. 

1912 Myra Amanda Lockwood, A.B A.M. Forest City, la. 

1912 Ben Scudder Millikan, A.B A.M. 

1912 Margaret Stewart, A.B A.M. St. Charles, Mo. 

1912 Anna Downey Porter, A.B A.M. Rome, Italy. 

1912 John Haigler Kile, A.B., Ped. B A.M. Garrison. 



227 



1862-97] 



HONORARY ALUMNI 

Year Name Degree Address 

1862 *Charles A. Logan A.M. 

1872 *Rugh Dunn Fisher D.D. 

1873 *Thomas J. Eaton, M.D A.M. 

1877 *George W. Cothran LL. D. 

1880 *Charles Jefferson Albright LL. D. 

1880 John William Hamilton • D.D. Boston, Mass. 

1880 Richard A. Hoffman A.M. Colorado Springs Colo 

1880 Carl F. Gissler, P.G Ph.D. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1881 *Joseph O. Kno wles D.D. 

1882 *William Peck A.M. 

1883 Le Roy Decatur Brown Ph. D. 

1884 *Edward C. Curtis D.D. 

1884 *Horace Reed D.D. 

1884 *John A. Driver D.D. 

1886 Alaric S. Embree A.M. Topeka. 

1885 *Joseph H. Mansfield D.D. 

18S6 *James Crooks Hall, A.M D.D. 

1886 Harvey Clelland De Mott, A.M LL. D. Normal, 111. 

1887 Simeon T. Walker A.M. Baton Rouge, La. 

1887 *Preston B. Plumb LL. D. 

1887 *Nathan Dow George D.D. 

1887 *William McKendree Darwood D.D. 

1888 *Calvin R. Pattee D.D. 

1888 *Benj. Crispin Lippincott, A.M D.D. 

1888 *Edwin Wallace Parker D.D. 

1888 *George Sullivan Dearborn D.D. 

1889 Thomas Hayden Hawkins, M.D A.M. Denver, Colo. 

1889 *William Smith D.D. 

1889 *Isaac Tichenor Goodnow, A.M Ph.D. 

1890 John Wesley Butler, B.D D.D. Mexico City, Mex. 

1890 *Eugene Wallace Van Deventer D.D. 

1890 *Robert F. Kelso, M.D A.M. 

1890 *Samuel A. Brewster D.D. 

1891 *Edward Asa Whitman D.D. 

1891 *Martin Van Buren Knox, Ph. D D.D. 

1891 *Milton Eves Phillips D.D. 

1891 John Calhoun McClintock, M.D A.M. Topeka. 

1891 Edwin B. Shaw, M.D A.M. Arkansas City. 

1891 Philo Melvin Buck A.M. Beirut, India. 

1892 Ervin Lewellyn Thorpe, Ph. D D.D. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1892 *David Nathaniel McInturff, A.M D.D. 

1892 Milo Buel Ward, M.D A.M. Kansas City, Mo. 

1893 John Holland Doddridge D.D. Greensburg, Ind. 

1893 Joseph O. Dobson D.D. Mt. Vernon, la. 

1894 Orin Palmer Wright D.D. South Portland, Ore. 

1894 Eugene May D.D. Washington, D. C. 

1895 William Irwin Graham, A.M D.D. Watertown, S. D. 

1895 Worley Brighton Slutz D.D. Oberlin, O. 

1896 John Wesley Stewart, A.M D.D. Anderson, Mo. 

1896 Don Snell Colt, S.T.B D.D. Baltimore, Md. 

1897 *William A. Tallon D.D. 

1897 *James T. Hanna D.D. 

1897 Robert Allen Carnine D.D. De Land, Fla. 

228 



HONORARY ALUMNI 



[1898-09 



Year Name Degree Address 

1898 Paul Clarence Curnick, A.M D.D. Indianapolis, Ind. 

1898 *Ida Ahlborn Weeks, M.L A.M. 

1898 *Alpheus Asbury Brenton Cavaness A.M. 

1899 Robert William Rogers, Ph. D LL. D. Madison, N. J. 

1899 Granville Lowther, B.D D.D. 

1900 Winfield Columbus Snodgrass D.D. Roselle Park, N. J. 

1900 Guy Potter Benton, A.M D.D. Burlington, Vt. 

1901 Henry Justin Allen A.M. Wichita. 

1901 Edwin Mortimer Randall D.D. Seattle, Wash. 

1901 Charles Warren Fairbanks LL. D. Indianapolis, Ind. 

1901 William Alfred Quayle Litt. D. St. Louis, Mo. 

1902 Julius Smith, A.M., B.D D.D. Baldwin. 

1902 Hillary Asbury Gobin, A.M., D.D LL.D. Greencastle, Ind. 

1903 Edward Combie Smith D.D. St. Louis, Mo. 

1903 William Butt Collins D.D. Fenton, Mich. 

1904 William Fraser McDowell, Ph. D., 

D.D LL.D. Washington, D. C. 

1904 Reese Bowman Kester, M.S., B.D D.D. Minneapolis, Minn. 

1905 Samuel Plantz, A.M., Ph. D LL.D. Appleton, Wis. 

1905 Samuel Alexander Lough, A.M Ph.D. University Park, Colo. 

1905 Charles Rutherford Robinson, A.M.... D.D. Fort Smith, Ark. 

1905 Edward Yates Hill, A.M D.D. Philadelphia, Pa. 

1905 John Cozier Willits, A.M D.D. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1906 Joseph Henry Hill, A.M D.D. Kansas City, Mo. 

1906 Christian Fichthorne Reisner, A.B., 

S.T.B D.D. New York, N. Y. 

1906 William Arnold Shanklin, A.M., 

D.D LL. D. Middletown, Conn. 

1907 Dan Brearly Brum mitt, A.M., S.T.B. . . .D.D. Chicago, 111. 

1907 Otto Edward Kriege D.D. Warrenton, Mo. 

1908 William Charles Bauer, B.S D. Sc. Evanston, 111. 

1908 Walter Melville Patton D.D. Northfield, Minn. 

1908 William Alfred Quayle, A.M., D.D., 

Litt. D LL. D. St. Louis, Mo. 

1909 *Azubah Adams A.M. 

1909 Foster Dwight Coburn A.M. Topeka. 

1909 Mrs. Sade Sullivan Colt, A.B A.M. Baltimore, Md. 

1909 Matthew Simpson Dudgeon, A.B., 

LL. B A.M. Madison, Wis. 

1909 *Elmer Selah Farwell A.M. 

1909 Bertha Fowler A.M. Herkimer, N. Y. 

1909 Minnie Frickey A.M. Washington, D. C. 

1909 Charles Edwin Gault, B.S A.M. Topeka. 

1909 Yung Liang Hwang, A.B., B.D A.M. Pekin, China. 

1909 Mrs. Jennie Murray Kemp, B.S A.M. Portland, Ore. 

1909 Robert Franklin Knight A.M. Kansas City, Mo. 

1909 Henry L. Emil Leuring A.M. Frankfort A. M., Germ'y 

1909 *John MacDonald A.M. 

1909 *George Washington Martin A.M. 

1909 Caroline Ruby Matson, A.B A.M. Salina. 

1909 Mrs. Margaret Hill McCarter A.M. Topeka. 

1909 Charles Edgar Moore, A.B A.M. Eureka. 

1909 George Albert Nichols A.M. Evanston, 111. 

1909 Andrew Cameron Pearson, A.B., LL. B..A.M. Upper Montclair, N. J. 

1909 Matthew Edgar Pearson A.M. Kansas City. 

1909 John Punton, M.D A.M. Kansas City, Mo. 

1909 Henrietta Viola Race, A.B A.M. 

1909 Elijah Watt Sells A.M. New York, N. Y. 

1909 Charles Harrison Sessions A.M. Topeka. 

229 



1909-16] 



HONORARY ALUMNI 



Year Name Degree Address 

1909 Lilian Scott, Ph. B A.M. Baldwin City. 

1909 Florence Lydia Snow, B.L A.M. Neosho Falls. 

1909 Mary Fletcher Swaney A.M. 

1909 Joseph Luther Taylor, A.B., LL. B A.M. Pittsburg. 

1909 Eliza A. Telford, A.B A.M. Spring Hill. 

1909 George Brown Thomas, A.B A.M. Providence, R. I. 

1909 Frederick Clyde Trigg A.M. Kansas City, Mo. 

1909 Viola Ann Troutman A.M. Parsons. 

(Mrs. J. A. Stavely.) 

1909 *Edward Thomson Fairchild Ped. D. 

1909 John Hamlin Glotfelter Ped. D. Oshkosh, Wis. 

1909 John Allen Hancock, M.S., A.M Ped. D. Mankato, Minn. 

1909 George Denison Knipe, M.S Ped. D. Emmett, Idaho. 

1909 *George Wesley Winans Ped. D. 

1909 Carl Adolph Preyer Mus. D. Lawrence. 

1909 Emery Cutler Beach D.D. 

1909 Donald John Cowling, A.M D.D. Northfield, Minn. 

1909 John Gowdy, A.B., B.D D.D. Foochow, China. 

1909 William Christopher Hanson D.D. Kansas City. 

1909 *Homer H. Moore D.D. 

1909 David Kyugoro Obata, A.M., B.D D.D. Tokyo, Japan. 

1909 James Alexander Stavely, A.B., B.D.. .D.D. Parsons. 

1909 Charles Moreau Harger Litt. D. Abilene. 

1909 Paul Martin Pearson, A.M Litt. D. Swarthmore, Pa. 

1909 William Allen White Litt. D. Emporia. 

1909 Joseph Little Bristow, A.M LL. D. Salina. 

1909 Nelson Case LL. D. Oswego. 

1909 James Willis Gleed, LL. D LL. D. Topeka. 

1909 William Agnew Johnston LL. D. Topeka. 

1909 Frank Knight Sanders, Ph. D LL. D. New York, N. Y. 

1909 *Uichiro Sasamori, S.T.B., Ph. D LL. D. 

1909 Frank Strong, Ph. D LL. D. Lawrence. 

1910 Samuel Michael Ness A.M. Independence. 

1910 Cornelia Templeton Jewett A.M. 

(Mrs. .) 

1910 Harry Andrews King, A.B., S.T.B D.D. Atlanta, Ga. 

1911 William Elsey Connelley A.M. Topeka. 

1911 Eustache Charles Edouard Dorion D.D. Boston, Mass. 

1911 Benjamin Noriega Velasco D.D. Queretaro, Mex. 

1911 Charles Bayard Mitchell, D.D., 

Ph. D LL. D. St. Paul, Minn. 

1911 Emma Amelia Robinson A.M. Chicago, 111. 

1911 Francis Lorette Strickland, Ph.D D.D. Morgantown, W. Va. 

1911 *John Alanson Patten LL. D. 

1913 William Addison Brown, A.B., B.D D.D. Evanston, 111. 

1914 Joseph M. M. Gray D.D. Kansas City, Mo. 

1915 Edward Hislop, A.B., S.T.B D.D. Oklahoma City, Okla. 

1916 Kyugoro Obata, A.M., D.D LL. D. Tokyo, Japan. 



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[1889-91 



PERSONS RECEIVING CERTIFICATES FOR 

THE COMPLETION OF CERTAIN 

COURSES OF STUDY 

THE ACADEMY 



1889 



Thomas Byron Adell 
Mina Admire 
William J. Anderson 
James Floyd Atherton 
Joseph Milton Atherton 
Carl Brann 

Dan Brearley Brummitt 
Dudley O. Caudry 
Werter Arthur McDonald 
Moses William Games 
Alva Allen George 
Mary Elsie Green 
James Edward Hair 
Harvard Oliver Harpster 
Samuel Brush Haskin 
Edward Clayton Hollinger 
LeRoy Holtz 



Palmer Bangs Knepp 
Carlena Larson 
William Morgan Leiser 
William B. Maggs 
George Jones McClure 
Willis Oscar Messinger 
William Linza Miller 
John L. Moor head 
Philip Ernest Parrott 
James Marion Price 
William Neely Simpson 
Edward Harris Spencer 
Thomas Russell Taylor 
Frances Elizabeth Whitney 
Adelbert De Forest Wood 
Stella Wyatt 
Walter Wyatt 



Frank Wesley Allin 
Lizzie Mary Barricklow 
Mary Bower 
Willis B. Bower 
Mary Caroline Brandstatt 
Joseph Edward Coe 
Nellie Cowgill 
Homer Edgar Cullison 
Dassie May Gabriel 
Minnie Jane Games 
Harry Edward Halsey 
Miranda Hammond 
Mary Sophia Ives 
Henry Benton Johnson 
Henry Simpson Johnston 
William Albert Jolley 
Albert Henry King 
Cary Logan Mann 

William 



1890 

George Arthur Marvel 
Howard James Matteson 
Thomas Ira Motter 
Samuel Murdock 
Pearl Murray 
Roscoe O'Neil 
Andrew Cameron Pearson 
Eva Pullin 

Harvey McElvain Ramp 
James William Reed 
Eunice Ritchie 
Clarence Lacell Rork 
Albert Frank Scott 
Ruth Bernice Scott 
Georgia Sheldon 
Olive Maud Stewart 
Josephine White 
Harry Bertrand Wren 
Rollin Yenawine 



John Shepherd Akers 
John Foster Allen 
Carrie Baker 



1891 



Claude Brant 
Grace Breyfogle 
Lizzie Breyfogle 



331 



1891-93] 



ACADEMY 



Laura Buckner 
Daisy Belle Bush 
Nettie Bell Butler 
Charles Fletcher Clark 
William Melvin Clark 
Leigh DeWitt DeLano 
Otto B. Divelbiss 
Hugh Hale Ewing 
Hadeon Spurceon Farrar 
John Homer Foresman 
Birdean Marguerite Fraker 
Eva Clare Gill 
Hezekiah B. Hammond 
Forrest Madison Hartley 
Elkanah Harley Haskin 
Mary Hawley 

David McMillan Houghtelin 
Charles Price Howell 
Mamie Prudentia Hubinger 
George Herbert Hull 
Frank Ansalem Johnson 
Clyde Emery Limbocker 



James Edward Mallory 
Mary Anna Mallory 
Lewis Merrill Markham 
Almira Esther Marvel 
Anna Massey 
Edgar Greeley Matthews 
Edwin Merrick Miller 
Maie Motter 
Harry Lionel Muesse 
Manly Jacob Mumford 
Robert Emerson Pasley 
Julian Bronson Reed 
David Calvert Reeves 
Edith Austa Robbins 
Henry Poynter Robbins 
Floyd Jay Seaman 
James D. Smith 
William Watson Stewart 
Joseph Luther Taylor 
Jesse Norton Welty 
Samuel Whallon Welty 
Edna Rachel Wolfe 



1892 



Francis Earl Adell 
Thomas Franklin Allen 
Prudence Gertrude Bell 
Minnie Maye Bush 
Luther Bittle Bushong 
Harry C. Case 
Lizzie Belle Cone 
Irwin Taylor Cooper 
Charles Benjamin Dalton 
Isaac Franklin Edwards 
Mary Alma Follin 
Willetta German 
Frank Percy Hedges 
Rachel Harriet Henderson 
James Edward Holmes 
William Silas Howey 
Aaron H. Huron 
Marion Ethel Kidder 
Benjamin Alexis Lehew 
John Leslie Lehew 



Albert Marks Lehr 

Lula Belle Leonard 

Mason Buel Liebhart 

Dora Clementine Markham 

Harriet N. Marvel 

John Otis Matthews 

Lucine Moffet 

Ella McCormick 

Mary Ellen McRoberts 

Masenos Reed Molesworth 

Ella R. Nixon 

Edward Thompson Pendleton 

Ralph Ray Price 

James Alexander Stavely 

George Asbury Stephens 

Irwin Stimmel 

Mattie Ellen Stokesberry 

George Emanuel Toomey 

Charles Wilhelm 

Ella May Wilhelm 



1893 



Clay Allen 

Sue Allen 

Mattie Buena Amos 

Joseph Lawrence Anderson 

Charlotte Emmes Beasley 

Lillie Grace Boicourt 

William Amos Bradford 

John Brown 

Ethel Cavaness 

Pearl Amy Clark 

Thomas Henry Coole 



John W. Crooks 
Clarence E. Denning 
Illa Madge Denning 
Isaac Wiley Dumm 
Arza Bracken Fogle 
Aura Marguerite Follin 
Harry A. Gordon 
Edwin O. Grimes 
Bessie Eleanor Grow 
Mary Eleanor Hand 
Belle Hart 



232 



ACADEMY 



[1893-95 



Frank M. Hartman 
James Elsworth Henman 
Maggie Hinkle 
Arthur Searles Kane 
Jennie May Kershner 
Laura Ida Kershner 
Harry Lind 
St. Clair Lind 

Charlotte Catherine Martin 
Mary Susana Martin 
William Francis Martin 
Mabel Ethel McDole 
Arthur McMurray 



Sivoli Neff 
David Kyugoro Obata 
Frank Bernard O'Dell 
Catherine Frances Petery 
Isaac Franklin Roach 
George Ruddell, Jr. 
William Ortan Sears 
Nettie Steele 
Merton Jay Stickel 
Dora Belle Taggart 
Jessie May Tinkham 
Travis H. Whitney 
Hamilton Marion Williams 
Frank Eri Wilson 



Harmon Allen 

Nora Dale Ames 

Cora Shepard Boynton 

Detroit Lee Burton 

Herbert Cavaness 

Wilfred Cavaness 

Smith Bela Cogshall 

Rolla Wood Coleman 

Lizzie Cone 

Estelle Cowgill 

Margaret Cowgill 

Arlow Bertram Crum 

Cora Louella Cullison 

John Daniel Boone DeGarmo 

Wilbur F. Denious 

Ernest Day Everett 

Daisy Elizabeth Fisher 

Orestes L. Garlinghouse 

William 



1894 

Frank Griffith 
Milton Parks Helmick 
Macy Hitchcock 
Thomas A. Hitchcock 
Clarence O. Humphrey 
George Edward King 
Clyde Hiram Knox 
Anna Katrine Lehew 
William Ray Manning 
Arthur Jacob Martin 
Emanuel Norman Martin 
Walter Messinger 
Nathan S. Ragle 
Mary L. Rice 
Kirk Waldo Robbins 
Cora May Showalter 
Jessie Amanda Skinner 
Louise Frederica Stoelzing 
Harrison Wilson 



1895 



Joseph Benson Baker 
Harriet Birdie Barthoff 
Edgar Lucius Bedell 
Harry A. Bird 
William Luke Boicourt 
John Harrison Bristow 
George Croft Cell 
Charles William Cook 
Robert W. Coppedge 
Maude Cowgill 
Florence May Dixon 
Lucy Mary Fisher 
Samuel Robert Fisher 
Ernest Milbourne Freeland 
Frank Watson Games 
Venia Amanda Games 
Helen Gertrude Gill 
Rebecca Goddard 
Mabel Daisy Graham 
Louis Hiram Griffith 



William Franklin Hoover 
Lillian May Hunsicker 
Helen Lucretia Ingle 
Alice Chloe Irwin 
Walter Stewart Johnson 
Harry Andrews King 
May Elizabeth Knox 
David B. Loofbourrow 
Pearl Lynes 

George Lemuel McClenny 
Nellie Millard 
Bertha May Miller 
Aura Jane Misemer 
Albert Lopen Morgan 
Clarence Benton Myers 
Pembroke Reynolds Newman 
Ernest R. O'Neil 
Clayton Mardis Owen 
Herman Goodwin Porter 
George Edgar Potter 



233 



1895-98] 



ACADEMY 



Jane Sain 

Leila Sain 

Effie Louella Seaman 

Thomas Pettigrew Stewart 

Zola Estelle Swan 



James Dawson Wright 



Minnie Ann Underhill 
Roy Holland Van Landingham 
Royola Van Orman 
Myrtle Pearl Walker 
Grace Leon a Watt 



Herbert Oscar Anthon 
George Mitchell Bettis 
John Colburn Bridwell 
William Addison Brown 
Sarah Emily Brummitt 
Lewis Franklin Burton 
George Fulton Collins 
Olive Vivian Cullison 
Joseph Stuart Davis 
Nira Ethel Dean 
Howard Bertram Durkee 
Florence Ora Elwell 
Hattie Esther Elwell 
Francis William Fenn 
Francis Edward Finley 
Walter Lyman French 
Bertha Lovett Gasaway 
Leefy Lilian Gasaway 
Harry Lee Johnson 
Harriet Kemp 
Charles Latimer King 



1896 

Florence King 
E. Hamline Knepp 
Leona Kuhn 

Joseph Harlan Leatherwood 
Charles E. Lewis 
Leslie James Lyons 
Angus Maclean 
Mabel Marvel 
Harriet Gertrude Maxwell 
Bertram Everett McProud 
Oscar Ulysses McProud 
Howard Leslie Messinger 
Albert Perley Myers 
Edgar Francis Riley 
Thomas James Riley 
Walter Meredith Rogers 
Harry Carlton Smith 
Charles Russell Teas 
Bertha Ethel Watt 
Myrtle A. Weber 
Charles Samuel Woods 
Ella Woodyard 



Alvin Wesley Ault 
Rollin Hamlin Ayers 
Scott Elias William Bedford 
John Edward Betts 
Arthur Stanley Case 
Luella Edith Clark 
Edwin Nelson Forbes 
Frank Hamilton Hankins 
Ward Wesley Hull 
Harry Gara Humphrey 
Nora May Johnson 
William W. Johnston 
William Butler Keeling 
Leslie Clyde Kuhn 

James 



1897 

Harvey Elmer Laughlin 
George Albert Lunbeck 
Blanche Ethel Mills 
Theo Louise Pearce 
Hortense Jane Reed 
Leona Grace Showalter 
Joseph Jasper Skinner 
Alonzo Martin Smith 
Levi Brown Smith 
Rolla Baxter Stafford 
Lathan Madison Tinker 
Mamie Rosalynde Van Landingham 
Bessie Watt 
Frank Ezra Wolf 
Albert Young 



1898 



oilbert Haven Atherton 
Perl Rogers Barton 
Emily Isabel Benedict 
Edna Potter Boyd 
Francis Curtis Bright 
De Kalb Burnham 
Edith Matilda Coe 



Grace Eaton 
Charles Albert Gardner 
Wiley Albert Gasaway 
Genevra Hattie Hamilton 
Robert Benjamin Hayes 
Oscar Clifton Hays 
Philip Heigele 



234 



ACADEMY 



[1898-1900 



John H. Irby 

Jesse Johnson 

Anna Livingstone Keeling 

Frank Otho Kershner 

Emma Florence Kuhn 

Ethel Claire Lane 

Robert Loofbourrow 

Pearl Mc Curdy 

Elmer Perry Monahan 

Florence Lula Moore 



Ora Fleming Mower 
George Brock Neff 
Morris Patton 
Fred B. Porter 
William F. Rapp 
Leroy Trophimus Reser 
Dossie May Stewart 
Harry Pray Study 
Ernest Homer Tannehill 
John William Wallace 



Jasper Le Roy Atherton 
Marie Annette Bailey 
Robert Victor Bailey 
Gertrude Fleming Best 
Cora Millicent Brown 
Claude Allen Calkins 
Kathryn Myrtle Carmean 
Walter Hodgen Case 
Eunice Clapham 
Emma Alice Follin 
Edgar Byron Frakes 
Florence Myrtle Fuller 

LUCRETIA GADDIS 

Nelle Gaddis 
Daniel Chase Glidden 
Amos F. Hamman 
William Martin Hammond 
Viola May Hankins 
Clair Aigler Harpster 
Clara Marguerite Hatch 
Fred James Hatch 
John Clarence Henderson 

Christian 



1899 

Edward Hislop 
Frank Wyatt Hosford 
Charlotte Hoyt 
David Ellsworth Kendall 
Edna Elmira Leach 
Harriet Vena Loveridge 
Lester Abram Maris 
Raymond Mulvaney 
Mary Kibben Murphy 
Miriam R. Murphy 
Fred Robert Nuzman 
Delbert Monroe Parrick 
Edward Gustav Polster 
William F. Rawles 
David Richards 
John Wilkins Roberts 
Anna Robinson 
George Ledrew Rulison 
Bertha Showalter 
Wilfred Vigus Stephenson 
Paul Munson Thomas 
Jennie Lura Woods 
Benjamin Zook 



Wilbur Fiske Allen 
Nellie May Ault 
James Percy Ault 
George Hayes Baird 
Oliver Warren Best 
Frank Broom 
Stella Louisa Cook 
Wilmer Falkenrich 
Emma Belle French 
Charles Albert Hall 
Ottis Clyde Hestwood 
Floyd Laverne Holmes 
William Douglas Johnson 
Louvenia Madeline Joseph 
James Murray Kemp 
John H aigler Kile 

Orpha 



1900 

Edsall Bowman Knepp 
Nita Lanning 
Grace Isabelle Lockhart 
Ethel Mackenzie 
Lena Adelle McConnell 
Fred A. Molby 
Edgar Collins Moore 
Theodore Clifton Mountain 
Holly Davis Paynter 
Urana Gleneva Peck 
Leonard Robert South 
Carl Edward Steinfort 
Charles Lane Triplett 
Lee Trotter 
Arm in Hugh Williams 
Rett a Ellen Wolf 
Yolande Woodward 



235 



1901-03] 



ACADEMY 



1901 



Cecil Erwin Ames 
Elmer David Axton 
Clara Jane Bailey 
Henry Irwin Bailey 
William Arthur Bailey 
Oscar Griffith Baker 
Bert Sherman Berry 
Edwin Chauncey Bloss 
George Mallalieu Boicourt 
Edwin Adam Britsch 
Jennie Burris 
Mary Ara Collins 
Gilbfrt Stevens Cox 
Elsie Dershem 
Earl Douglas 
Marguerite Edwards 
Edward Henry Herbert Emery 
Nannie Louise Fischer 
Jessie Edith Funnell 
Gilbert Munson Gander 
Edgar Garrison Green 



Snowden Raymond Green 
Robert Ellis Heinselman 
Delbert Trigg Hulse 
Estelle Hunt 
Edward Lewis Klein 
David Scott Lentz 
Henry Blackburn Miller 
George Hervey Molby 
Walter Waugh Murphy 
George Samuel Nason 
George Albert Nicholson 
John Linn Osborn 
Roy Burton Power 
Minnie Ila Raffety 
Elmer Author Riley 
Charles Henry Scholfield 
Eula Reba Smith 
Clarence Churchill Stewart 
Walter Fuller Stewart 
Harry Carl Wilson 
Mabel Wilson 



1902 



Nathaniel John Adams 
Celia Martha Allen 
Ora Allen 

Spencer Butler Apple 
Earl Casper Arnold 
Harley Addison Ault 
Fred Mark Bailey 
Mary Rhoda Bare 
Julia Mabel Beard 
Earl Tennyson Black 
Lynn William Bloom 
Arthur Bridwell 
Elmer Legrande Brown 
Walter Coleman Buckner 
John Riley Clark 
Lyle Charles Cutler 
Jesse Edward Davis 
Charles Everett Ely 
George Rusk Emerson 
Sarah Winona Freark 
Thomas Jefferson Gambill 
Edna Elizabeth Gander 
Minnie Gardner 



Elsie Grace Gillette 
Fanny Lucinda Grose 
Josephine Cornelia Grose 
James Howard Hanger 
Guy Tracy Justis 
Maud Kilborn 
John Edward Lough 
Isabel Marvel 
Inez Grace McAdams 
Harold Dudley Miner 
Marshall Morton Morgan 
Goldie Blanche Olson 
Elsie May Power 
Homer Ernest Rapp 
Laura Ada Rossel 
William Wesley Rubel 
John Prentice Scholfield 
Joseph Milton Sheesley 
Eugene Calvin Stephens 
Robert Oren Whitaker 
Ernest Emerson Woods 
Charles Woodyard 
Jesse Coleman Young 



1903 



Warren Ortman Ault 
William Winfield Baker 
Melville Bowers 
Ellis Stewart Brown 
George Edward Brown 
Russel Earl Butler 
Fanny Deleilah Cary 
Leila Edna Clark 



Olla Winifred Cramer 
William Maynard Dixon 
Ross Lee Duncan 
Myrtle A. Estle 
Christie Jacob Fischer 
Ella May Fisher 
Hattie May Gardner 
Nellie Amelia Garlinghouse 



ACADEMY 



[1903-05 



Minnie Myrtle Graffin 
Charles Clifford Grover 
Burr Gunsaullus 
Joseph Francis Haigh 
James Henry Inman 
Charles Abraham Kalb 
Classie Pearl Kinzer 
Helen Kinzer 
Jesse Pearl Landon 
Lota Ione Mahar 
Mary Avis Maris 
Jesse Howard Moore 



Vernon Thomas Nicholson 
Clyde Winfield Odom 
Charles Frederick Peter 
Frank McCluny Postlethwaite 
Vesta Rebecca Powell 
Claude John Sample 
LeVetra Scholfield 
Lusetta Sowers 
William Arthur Strimple 
Harriet Anna Van Vickle 
Walter Clarence Walker 
Clare Winget 
forestine rena wright 



Charles Emmors Allderdice 
James Arthur Allen 
Amy Armstrong 
Edward Edgerton Beauchamp 
Fowler Dell Brooks 
Wiley Glen Brooks 
Earl Finley Clark 
Edward Marion Daniels 
Charles Clayton Dennie 
Marjorie Dureoraw 
Bertie Elvalyn Emory 
Louis Robert Gates 
Albert Edwin Henry 
Earl Randall Hibbard 
Charles William Holliday 
Phoebe James 
Janie Johnston 
Edwin Pomeroy Kendall 
John Peter Kohler 
Sarah Ellen Leary 
John Peter Livoni 
Arthur Garfield Mall 
Emma Ivalena Markham 
Mary McIntire 
Harold Benedict McKibben 

Edith 



1904 

Samuel James Molby 
Leonard Bray Oechsli 
Helen Ruby Parmenter 
Lucile Williams Parmenter 
James Ross Patton 
John Phillips 
Fred Pierce 
Anna Downey Porter 
Alice Catherine Reid 
Roy Ralph Reppert 
Mary Amelia Richmond 
Ivy Williams Riley 
Earl Clarendon Ross 
Theodore Franklin Rudisill 
Fred Crosby Rumsey 
Clara Salmans 
Edith Salmans 
Hervey Foster Smith 
William Jewell Sumner 
June Ella Topping 
Samuel Everett Urner 
Harry Marley Van Landingham 
Frances Regina Wilson 
Lela Clair Wilson 
Edwin Arthur Winget 
Rosamond Youtsey 



1905 



Espar Anderson 
Helen Armstrong 
Jessie Louise Armstrong 
Wilbur Francis Arnett 
Thomas Clyde Bacon 
Ida Lois Booth 
Frank Alonzo Boys 
Charles Samuel Braden 
Maude Bpigham 
Arthur Carl Broadbent 
James Chalmers Browning 
Arthur Dan Catlin 
Florella Tucker Counts 
Jessie Louise Denman 



Albert Romulus Dilley 
Louis Bennett Dobbs 
Joseph Samuel Dooty 
Ora Benton Douglas 
Benjamin Harmon Dunbar 
Lee Halsey Eddington 
Clara May Evans 
Grace Esther Falkenrich 
Anna Pearl Fisher 
Charles Edgar Funston 
Lyda Vivian Garrett 
Robert Scott Gault 
George Nelson Gibbs 
Bessie Gilman 



237 



1905-06] 



ACADEMY 



Charles William Hedge 
Wilbur Nickel Holliday 
Charles Wilbur Jackson 
James Ralph Jillson 
Leo David Jones 
Arthur Valentine Kalb 
Guy Alton Lamphear 
Fred B. Lewis 
Walter Albert Lewis 
Arthur Kirkwood Loomis 
Ethel May Macurdy 
Harry Oscar Martin 
Alpha Leona Mayginnes 
Stella McDaniel 
Robert Hugh McWilliams 
Bert Early Mitchner 



Walter David Molby 
Earnest William Preston 
Fred Allen Price 
Ella May Rapp 
Elsie Gertrude Reed 
Muriel Showers 
Kenneth Kipple Simmons 
Ethel Rose Simonton 
Arthur Garfield Spiller 
Lottie Lazette Swayze 
William Whitney Switzer 
Elsie Wehrman 
Rena Adeline Wilcox 
William John Williams 
Leona May Wright 
Ruth Agnes Yoe 



1906 



Orval Duane Allis 
Agnes Ann Anderson 
Emily Annadown 
Paul Vivian Annadown 
Grace Deborah Bennett 
Elmer Leonard Brown 
Oliver William Brown 
Thomas Walter Bruner 
Lona Butler 
Warren Foster Cook 
Roy Cox 

Roscoe Conklin Cramer 
Myrnice Marcia Crysler 
Gertrude Annette Cundiff 
Pearl Cundiff 
Ura Danley 
Edna Rose Darrow 
Luther Herbert Ditzler 
Ina Lucille Dixon 
Jessie Marguerite Edwards 
Arthur Herman Fast 
Riley White Geary 
Algernon Isaac Gilmore 
Homer Wilson Glaze 
Grace D. Graham 
Joseph Corwin Green 
Ethel Hammons 
John Wesley Harbeson 
Henry Karl Harsh 
Willard Glass Hazen 
Franklin Pierce Hillis 
Robert Arthur Hunt 
Clyde Winters Jackson 
John Clayton Jacobs 
Grace Virginia Jenkins 
Mary Wallace Johnson 
Alma Virta Jolley 



Elma Sage Jones 

Mildred Junkins 

Margaret Kalb 

Pliny Whittier Keys 

Josephine Kibler 

Anna Kirby 

Mattie Eunice Kirk 

Rufus Stephen Kirk 

Mary Eleanor Lockwood 

Myra Amanda Lockwood 

Harold Robb Louder milk 

Lester Luther 

Nellie Laura Mann 

Warren Ralph Morton 

Ralph Thomas O'Neil 

Ida May Patton 

Della Breyfogle Pennock 

Florence Elanor Pennock 

Helen Fredericka Porter 

Eunice Bertha Power 

Myrtle Hannah Quantic 

Lula Randel 

Blanche Rankin 

William Sheldon Rhodenbaugh 

Delia Ruble 

John Clifford Shover 

Joseph M. Shull 

Foss Brayden Smith 

Helen Elizabeth Smith 

Hortense Smith 

Lois Louise Smith 

Earl Lawrence Uhl 

George Walter Underhill 

Bertha Carrie Vernon 

Dora Amelia Wagner 

Alva Russell Wilgus 

Rae R. Wiltrout 



338 



ACADEMY 



[1907-09 



1907 



Roberta Beryl Allen 
Frank Howard Allis 
Edith Enslin Ames 
Roy Harrison Baer 
Oren Milo Beauchamp 
Gertrude Blanche Boone 
Ruby Ethel Cundiff 
Leroy Cunningham 
Marion Dawdy 
Freda Marie Dickerson 
Abner Dow Dilley 
Thomas James Dunstan 
Flora Mabel Einsel 
Rush Walter Ellenberger 
Alice Lila Haigh 
Albert Howard Haynes 
Fern Lucile Hoover 
Evelyn Pearl Hume 
Walter Allen Jones 
Ruby Keohane 
Beulah Kinzer 
Minnie Kline 
Harry Ellsworth Kraus 



Maurice Kuhn 
Vera Irene Lange 
Ernest Edward Lloyd 
Mary Ethel Mann 
Frank Fulton Maple 
Theodore C. Martin 
Homer Ely Maxwell 
Nellie Belle Morgan 
Stella Nola Morton 
Fred Mulsow 
Clark Leavitt Myerly 
Grace Elizabeth Preston 
Burdee Pauline Rucker 
Frank Hammond Scott 
Cyril Evans Shepherd 
Margaret Agnes Smith 
Alice Amelia Stevens 
Mabel Grace Stevens 
Martha Thurston 
Harriet May Tuller 
Harry Thomas Vigour 
Ruth Linley Watt 
Glenn Austin Wilgus 



1908 



Florence Amelia Allderdice 
David Ira Beamer 
Winnie Bickerdike 
Norma Blunt 
Leander Bradbury Brown 
Ward Moody Buckles 
John Harry Edwards 
Harry Parker Evans 
Elva Lura Giger 
Lawrence Kingsley Hall 
Mary Alice Hobbs 
Lewis Roland Icke 
Helen Keohane 
Gladys Konantz 
Edward Everett Laughlin 
Walter Lee 
Bertha May Martin 
Otho John McCulloh 



Ira Brinsteal McLaughlin 
Chester Arthur Miles 
Lora E. Molby 
George Dennis Nabb 
Bertha E. Nusbaum 
John Harley Osborx 
Earl Cephus Parker 
Minnie Beryl Pence 
Earl Walter Ray 
Annie Laurie Roosa 
Ray Samuel 
Louise Shipman 
Mozella States 
Ethel Ella Stephens 
Margaret Stewart 
Erma Walker 
Dale Whitnah 
Ione Milton Wynkoop 



1909 



Clayton Arthur Axton 

Beulah Cerena Bales 

Claude Samuel Beatty 

Howard Brasher 

William Hiestant Bretz 

Floyd Cleveland Cary 

Ida Lenore Coffin 

Floyd B. Dexlinger 

Walter Franklin Denlinger 

Tobias T. Fike 

George Garfield Garretson 



Ethel Fred Hart 
Minnie Anna Jasperson 
Emil Smith Liston 
Henry S. Martin 
Ada Lavina Maxwell 
Leo Edgar McKee 
Arthur William Naylor 
Esco Peters 
Loren Peters 
Minnie Dallas Ray 
Benjamin Franklin Ray 



239 



1909-13] 



ACADEMY 



Edith Annette Smith 
Grace Margaret Stockton 



Claude Talbot 
William Thiessen 
Dell Wilshire 



1910 



Clarence Hugo Albright 
Ruth Alva Beard 
Florence May Byington 
Logan Illk Evans 
Flo Allene Gantz 
William Henry Leaf 



Aldo Martin Livingood 
Harry Harrison Livingood 
Vasco Long 
Paul Horace Merry 
Elmer Ray Norris 
Alma Lavena Wilson 



1911 



James Henry Allderdice 
Dona May Ames 
Jerome Louis Anderson 
Lelia Arian Curtis 
Hazel Day 
Clyde Jesse Hall 
Elizabeth Lillian Hargrave 



Wiley Conrad Hausam 
Inez Clara Johnson 
Vernon Ream McMillan 
Jaquetta Reed 
Wirt Dickerson Seaver 
Ethel Mary Smith 
Ernest Virgil Wood 



1912 



Lloyd Orendorff Beaton 
Elsie Ethel Blake 
Paul Boodagh 
Clarence Peter Broadfoot 
Mary Fay Brown 
Thomas Alexander Evans 
Nellie Burns Evans 
John Clarence Fast, Jr. 
Myrnah Rachel Franklin 
John Thomas Frazer 
Dorothy Elizabeth Hann 
Jennie Foster Hann 
Ruth Irene Hatch 
Gertrude Theoren Hazen 
Walter John Imes 



Louis Harrison Kaub 
Charles Matthew Kennaugh 
Katherine Roome Kester 
John Richard Kirby 
Roberta Genevieve LaBrant 
Florence Edna LeFever 
Thomas Morcom 
Margaret Oden Richmond 
Charles Wesley Robe 
Charles Lester Ruhlen 
Anna Beatrice Sewell 
George Wilders Smith 
Herman Carl Steinheimer 
Merle Hazzard Weible 
Robert Harrison Wilson 



Charles Lemon Baker 
Mary Elizabeth Brownrigg 
Franklin Delmar Calkins 
George William Carson 
Clara Annis Coe 
John Areta Davis 
Myrtle Etna Denlinger 
Phoebe Elizabeth Emery 
William Robert Evans 
Nettie Elizabeth Fetrow 
Miriam Anna Franklin 
Roy Ernest Gordon 



1913 

Harry Carmichael Jett 
Charles Leon Jones 
Anna May Lorimer 
Bascom Erastus McClesky 
Virginia Cleo McNutt 
Florence Maida Mercer 
Helen Gladys Mercer 
Fred W. Osterhout 
Homer C. Osterhout 
Edna Alvida Ruhlen 
Lynn Hoover Rupert 
Della Verna Smith 
William Henry Wight 



240 



ACADEMY 



[1914-16 



Lawrence Baxter Anderson 
Milford H. Anderson 
George Austin Brown 
Henry John Brown 
Charles Ellsworth Caldwell 
Clarence Clifford Clarridge 
Roy Denton 
Elsie May Haigh 
Frank Carl Leonard 
John Patterson 

Walter 



1914 

Adelbert Elwood Preston 
Andrew Raymond Reazin 
Frank Arthur Schlopbach 
Lucy Siegrist 
Cecil Clarence Strimple 
Greta Lyda Sturm an 
Grace Edith Thorne 
LeRoy Allen Walthall 
Troy Sanders Warner 
Albert Wesley Watkins 
Andrew Wilson 



1915 



Victor John Allderdice 
Pawson Harry Bailey 
William Henry Bunting 
Emma Maude Crowle 
John Wilson Dalton 
Lowell Martin Davis 
True Earl Foster 
Etta Esther Illian 
Lora Dorothea Johnson 



Emma Alice Laury 
Goldie May Lemon 
Lewis Charles Lisherness 
Marcus James Morgan 
John Alexander Reynolds 
Alfred Cook man Runyan 
Anna Lilian Severy 
Arthur LeRoy Thompson 
Fred Albert Williams 



Emma Byrd Caywood 
Merril Eugene Dumm 
Fern Eaton 
Charles Lee Franks 



1916 



Noah William Asbury Gilbert 
Elton Alexander Kirby 
Otto Ernest Rayburn 
Leon Abbott Willgus 



241 



1882-99] 



THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT 

1882 
May L. Cotton 

1883 
Mattie Reynolds 

1886 
Marietta Mitchem 

1893 

TOWNSEND ALVAH NlCHOLS 

1894 
George Mellville Nichols 

1895 
Chalmers Andrew Zahnizer 



William Wiley Jones 



1896 

Albert Henry King 
John Edwin Taylor 



May Elizabeth Knox 
Emanuel Norman Martin 
Mattie McCurdy 



1897 



Sivoli Neff 

Sadie Tucker 

Ida Beatrice Vanatta 



Prudence Gertrude Bell 
Mellissa Burt 
Pearl Marie Forbes 



1898 



Hattie R. Simonton 
George Asbury Stephens 
Gasner Chapman Wharton 



Nell Edith Chaffee 

Dorothy Chrisman 

Anna Marguerite DeTar 

Jennie Dice 

Solomon Dieffenbach Dice 

Daisey Dickey 

Edith Percival Finch 

George Albert Funnell 

Bertha 



1899 

Mary Glanville Gill 
George Elijah Goodner 
George Henry Hoyes 
Sarah Emma Jones 
Alfred Edgar Leach 
Harriet Adeline Mahar 
Edythe Lucile Oechsli 
Olive Lorena Thomas 
Carolyn Watson 

242 



NORMAL DEPARTMENT 



[1900-07 



1900. 



Carrie Beery 

George Brenton Burkholder 

Margaret Alexander Cowgill 

Albert Jack Dowis 

Mary Edwards 

Francis Lender Geyer 



Lucinda Ellen Harrison 
Claire H. Hepworth 
George Lemuel McClenny 
Mary Vira McDole 
Bessie Grass Ryan 
Harry G. White 



1901. 



Frances Adams 
Daisy Belle Bush 
Anna May Davis 
Geneva Gertrude Griffin 
Kezia Hay 
Alice Hendricks 



Araminta Kinnear 
Laura Alma Reynolds 
Anna Letitia Robinson 
Olive Myrtle Shumway 
Henry Arthur White 
Retta Ellen Wolf 



1902. 



Luella Edith Clark 
Nelle Gaddis 
Nora Olive Gassaway 
Agnes Alice Gerrish 
Edna Pearl Hinsey 
Violet Hyacinth Pulleine 



Calla Leona Ruchty 
Goldie Myrtle Seaton 
Annabel Sowers 
Stella Kilbourne Stewart 
Mysie Edna Stump 
Mary La Verne Wilkins 



1903. 



Inez Bernhard 
Alice May Clarke 
Nora Elizabeth Dalbey 

Dennis 



Florence May Dixon 
Anna Freeborn 
Hattie May McPherson 
Hudson Wallingford 



1904. 



Arthur Leslie Ault 
Josephine Chisem 
Cora Nancy Dalbey 
Elma Ariel Filley 
Fannie Francisco 



Josie Florence Frazier 
Leon Mae Houghton 
Elsie May Meyers 
Eda Isabel Roberts 
Adelaide Clarice S noddy 



1906. 



Dollie Edith Brown 
Lena Elizabeth Klamm 



Minnie Anna Lipper 
Anna Elizabeth Sebring 
Edith Shepherd 



1907. 



Emily Marietta Altman 
Walter Nathaniel Altman 
Lucy Edith Hall 
Frank Schermerhorn Hibner 
Beth Alma Kennedy 



Virdon Milne Liston 
John Wilson Marston 
Daisey Newlon 
Ethal Christina Payne 
Grace Ethel Riggs 



Maude Annie Waterman 



243 



1904-12] 



THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT 



Arta Louise Cook 



1908. 



Laura May Einsel 



Alta Mae Green 
Elsie C. Howard 



1909. 

Florence Maud Lang 
Bessie Marsh 
Mattie Belle Shore 



1910, 
Clara Affadila Deaver 



Clara Alice Beach 
Emma Frances Jewett 
Ruth Cecil Darby 



1911. 

Kate May Gilbert 
Lucy Julia Jury 
Rosa Belle Liggett 
Ethel Lavinia Morris 



Ina May Staples 



1912. 

Mary Gladys Stunz 



244 



[1864-1906 



THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 

1864. 
Emma E. Packard 

1865. 
Lena M. Elder 



Pearl Murray 



1888. 

Carrie O'Byrne 



Margaret DeFord 



1891. 

Kate Lorcetta Nicholson 
Mamie Taylor 



1894. 
May Mitchler 



Blanche Bennett 

Alma Josephine Boicourt 



1895. 



Mabel McDole 
Louise Winget 



1896. 
Grace Breyfogle 



Mattie Marguerite Lake 



1897. 

Lilian May Mitchell 



Lucy Mary Fisher 



1898. 



Marian Stewart 



1899. 
Cyrus Oli:: Rice 

1900. 
Margaret Janet Amos 



Marie Lenoir Moorhead 



1901 



Myrtle Pearl Walker 



1904 

Irene May Steeper 



Gilbert Stevens Cox 



1906 

Margaret Martin Tully 
Mary Elizabeth Young 

245 



1907-16] 



THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 



1907 



Carrie Andrews 



Esther Darbyshire 



1908 
Rhoda Jamieson 

1909 
Hattie Putman 



Nettie Irene Amos 
Fleta Edith Crowley 
Everett Kin Foster 



1910 

Ruby Nondez Heller 
Helen A. Henney 
Frances Minerva Rowe 
Eula Reba Smith 



Edith Mae Bideau 
Fern Lucile Hoover 
Raymond Willis Porter 



1911 



llllie estelle slack 
Bernice Marie Smith 
Anna Louise Spivey 



Lela Sophronia Bowman 
Mary Brigham 
Ernest Lincoln Cox 
Fern Lucile Hoover, B.M. 



1912 



Siddie Ethel Kregar 
Bertha Elnora Nusbaum 
Bess Almeda O'Brien 
Mildred Louise Rairdon 



1913 



Aleta Mae Brady 
Jessie Muir Bunten 
Melissa Grace Chamberlain 
Ella Valentine Dresser 
Elsie Mae Haigh 



Mamie Laura Hankins 
Berna Josephine Hannum 
Elmer Everett Hassler 
Margery Cooper Lloyd 
Emily Adelle Scheer 



Gladys Mercia Dougherty 
Octa Irene Dyer 
Besse Ruff Nixon 



1914 



Grace Ryan 

Clara Jannett Schabacker 

Delta May Waldron 



Walter Wray Waring 



Althea Vivian Bacon 
Pauline Marie Chamberlain 
Elmer Everett Hassler 
Helen Horner 



1915 

Katheryne Cordelia Lazenbv 
Clara Hawes Lewis 
Lucile Lockwood 
Cecile Murlin 
Freda Lois Neal 



1916 



Pauline Marie Chamberlain 
Georgia Esther Hoffman 



Helen Horner 

Lois Cecilia Pennock 



246 



[1890-1915 



Minnie Rockwell Bain 



ART DEPARTMENT 

1890 

Leni Leoti Nicholson 
Georgian a Reed 



1891 
Alice E. Campbell 



Maude A. Barton 



1892 
Minnie Grant Hollinger 



1893 
Mary Anna Mallory 



Emma Taylor 



1895 



Hallie A. Taylor 



Mayse Viola Bisby 
Belle Lula DeWitt 



1896 



Elsie Huff 
Henrietta Walker 



1901 

Lulu Asenath Barricklow Daisy Dale Overton 

Ida May Starr 



1906 



Elizabeth Caroline Leach 



Almyra Marion Marcy 



1907 
Lena Susan Badsky 

1908 
Dakota Wesner 

1912 
Florence Edna LeFever 



Anna Kirby 



1913 



Ethel Ida Reid 



Mary Irene Arndt 



1914 



Marguerite Anna Darbyshire 



Jessie Muir Bunten 



1915 



Flora Pearl Ritten house 



:;~ 



1897-1910] 



THE DEPARTMENT OF ORATORY 



1897 



Beulah Wright Minnie Lora Leach 

Bertha Elizabeth Bailey Flora Wark 

Charles William Moore 



1900 
Mamie Rosalynde VanLandingham 

1901 
James Ralph Pickell 

1902 
Ethel May Long 

1903 
Marie Lenoir Moorhead 

1904 
Morfydd F. Miller 

1905 

Tilda Ellen Hansen Delbert Trigg Hulse 

Gordon Bennett Thompson 



1907 

Ura Danley Grace Marguerite Hatch 

Archie Lowell Ryan 



1909 
Arthur Herman Fast George Lawellin 



1910 

Clarence Perry Burgess Ben Scudder Millikan 

Floy McHenry Leonard Frank Waring 

248 



HOUSEHOLD ARTS [1913-16 



1913 



Elsie Ethel Blake Verna Glenella Ocker 

Marie Robinson 



1914 
Mildred Bryan Ashbaugh Mary Timmonds Hays 

1915 
Anna Belle Given 

1916 

Bess Barricklow Ruth Esther Brune 

Mary Fay Brown Florence Hudson 

LeRoy Jewell 



THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD ARTS 

1915 
Myrnah Anna Franklin Lyda Suydam Houston 

1916 

Constance Bertha Gilges Flora Kraft 

Sarella Lucile Herrick Ruby Kathryn Kress 

Edith Jane McHenry 



249 



1882-92] 



THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Romeo R. Chevalier 
Helen H. Haven 



1882 

Benjamin P. Kassebaum 
George D. Knipe 
Edward W. Miskell 



Ella Gault 
John Holmes 



1885 



John W. Lampman 
William M. Osborne 



1890 



Edwin Mason Adams 
Cora Baldridge 
Ben G. Carey 
John B. Davis 
Joseph Jerry Eddy 
Oliver Marcellus Gray 



Minnie Grant Hollinger 

Andrew Jackson Howell 

Charles P. Howell 

Joseph Jones 

Zimri H. Lewis 

Joseph William Robinson 



Charles Wesley Beasley 
Charlotte Emmes Beasley 
Bert Carter 
Charles Crum 
Fred William Cutter 
William E. Downs 
Nellie Fleming 
William Henry Grasty 
Mace Higby Holt 
Walter Scott Lucas 
Elijah Anson Porter 
William Sayre 

Ora 



1891 

George Benson Shoemaker 
William Neeley Simpson 
James Alber Stephens 
Herman Bottafield Treff 
Theresa Treff 
Fred John Trusheim 
Della May Walker 
Herbert M. Wheeler 
George Beverly Widney 
Ernest D. Williams 
Orran C. Williams, Jr. 
Charles August Winter 
Gertrude Yenawine 



1893 



Alfred Anderson 

Myrta Ella Atkinson 

John Blaney 

Joseph Braucher 

Lillie Broooks 

Frank Elmer Buckingham 

Wiley Jefferson Davis 

Elizabeth Denton 

Maggie Derby 

Myrtle Helen Frankhouser 

Otis Hodgson 

Mary Jane Holler 

Lester Kellaim Hunt 

John Gray Imel 

Eliza Belle Lawrence 



John Harmon Miller 
Joseph Moore O'Brien 
Arthur Larence Plumb 
Lola Prange 
Frank Gilbert Siess 
Henry Warren Skinner 
John Park Slaughter 
Benjamin Thomas Smith 
Maurice Levi Smith 
Robert Lee Thompson 
William Hull Thompson 
Eddy Frank VanHorn 
Minnie VanPattten 
Oscar France Wall 
Gasner Chapman Wharton 



250 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



[1893-96 



1893 



Edgar L. Allman 
Lizzie Barricklow 
Gertrude Bell 
Mamie Ann Cook 
Harry Elijah Davis 
James E. Finley 
Wilbur Harvey Gillet 
Grace Mabel Griffis 
Noah David Hartzler 
Bern hard Frederick Jutzi 
Nettie King 
Isaac Miner Kirby 



John Wesley Kunkel 
George William Lane 
Harry Miller Leibhart 
Lulu Belle Leonard 
Willie Leo Maclaskey 
Rosa Osborn 
Mary M. Pendleton 
Carl Sumner Rarick 
Tennie Emmet Waggoner 
Frank Wood 
Ida Belle Woodyard 
j^ewis Woodyard 
Isaac Edwin Young 



1894 



Arthur S. Case 
Harry R. Chapman 
Jesse W. DeFever 
Cora Garrison 
Charles G. Holmsten 
Milton L. Keever 

ROSETTA KlGER 

Lizzie Legler 
Edward Carlyon Lowry 
Walter Alexis Marshall 
Minnie Metsker 
Sonora Metsker 
Frank Miller 



Zula Miller 
Eden Edward Mitchell 
Kitty Morgan 
Jessie May Post 
W. Carlton Perrine 
Mary L. Rice 
Charles Albert Robinson 
Andrew Smith 
Lyman Sullivan 
Bertha Ethel Watt 
Daisy Wheeler 
Oliver C. Wilson 
Ortho O. Wolf 



1895 



Lizzie Barricklow 
Melville M. Bennett 
Low C. Broadhurst 
Pearson Carmean 
William Henry Dunn 
Minnie Charlotte Finley 
Charles A. Gordan 
Alta Hayes 
Alvin Boyd Hoover 
Olin Dudley LeHew 
William A. Lummis 

Frank 



Rice Neff 
John W. Proctor 
Dora H. Rappard 
Eva Reeder 
Robert John Reitz 
Lena Jane Rohrer 
Clara Media Sh inkle 
David Bruce Simpson 
Leroy Smothers 
Claude M. Steede 
Edna Tilla Walker 
Ezra Wolf 



1896 



Robert Bell Anderson 
Oscar David DeTar 
Bert Ambrose Freeman 
Ora Allen Freeman 
Simeon S. Gordan 
Jeff Wallace Handy 
John William Lentz 



Milton Summers Lewis 
Albert Howe Lyons 
Frank Muesse 
David Bruce Simpson 
Ripley Carlton Smith 
Herbert Goodwin Stone 
Joe Alexander Waskey 



251 



1897-1902] 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Mattie Amelia Carmean 
Samuel Hays Drake 
Lydia Emma Hitchcock 



1897 

Asa Melvin Hollenbeck 
John William Lentz 
Joseph Harmon Lentz 
Cora Lynn 



1898 



Melville M. Bennnett 
William Curgie Boone 
Robert Thomas Brown 
Mary Virginia Carmean 
Jeremiah Wineman Dice 



Florence Ora Elwell 
Fred M. Gordan 
Alvin Perry Owen 
Henry Woodson Waggoner 
William Henry Weaver 



Mabel Miriam Wilkinson 



1899 



Benton Willis Dolson 
Florence Ora Elwell 
Ernest Noble Farnham 



Ava B. Hand 
Henry Charles Kandt 
Homer Ely Maxwell 
Royola VanOrman 



1900 



William Freeman Alden 
Richard Elmer Cochran 
Alva Cloud Cox 
Howard Braxton Cox 
Harmon E. Downs 
Laura B. Elwell 
Lewis Foster 
Arthur Wesley Funnell 



E. V. Lindamood 
Duke M. Mayor 
Bruce Pennington 
James Homer Ross 
Harry H. Rundle 
Dana George Schlaegel 
Roy E. Thompson 
Elsie Annette Uhl 
E. Myrtle Wicker 



1901 



Lyman Baldwin Allen 
Fred Elwin Bennett 
William John Bittner 
Thomas Arthur Hastings 
H. B. Hays 
William Perry Heath 
Lewis Alfred Hobart 
Leo Dodd Hyde 



Edward Robert Jones 
Harry Dorwin Martin 
Homer Ely Maxwell 
Thomas Oliver Moffatt 
George Hervey Molby 
Edison Ben Murphy 
Hugh B. Nye 
Lorenzo Carlson Payne 



Arthur Franklin Rittenhouse 



1902 



Edna Mabel Allen 
Lyman Baldwin Allen 
Lewis Emery Andrews 
James Carley Blackwood 
Charles Walter Bryan 
Jacob Elmer Burkholder 
Jennie Burris 
Mabel Helen Cady 



Winfred George Casebeer 
Fred Goldburn Clark 
Mayme Elizabeth Clark 
Alva Cloud Cox 
Lucretia Gaddis 
Edward Hauser 
Leo Dodd Hyde 
Jennie Jewett 



252 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



[1902-OS 



Hiram Kilborn 
Henry Fred Lake 
Walter Albert Lewis 
Grace Rcbina McGregor 
Ernest Wesley McMurray 
Elmyra Clair Miller 
Rufus North Miller 
George Brock Neff 



John Lynn Osborn 
Lorenzo Carlson Payne 
Ralph Emerson Powers 
Emmett Ivan Pulhamus 
Melvin Douglas Roberts 
Homer Warren Robinson 
David William Sterling 
Roger Marvin Williams 



1903 



Frank Allen Benson 
Earl Tennyson Black 
Herschel Blackburn 
Howard Oliver Butler 
Louis Cardin 
George Harrison Denning 
Flo Estelle Emery 
Frederick Thomas Gibbs 
Turl B. Gray 
Merritt Lewis Groover 
Elmer Lee Guffey 
Walter Pratt Guilds 
Arthur Jacob Hatter 
Charles Henry Jacobs 
Lola Jordon 

Walter Charles Junkins 
Clyde Lilly 



Harriet Angeline Lindsey 
Wallace Ebert Mattox 
John Giurley Missildine 
George Washington Moore 
John Guy Pittman 
Jay Preston Powers 
Frank Randlett 
Homer Ernest Rapp 
Arthur Harry Read 
Wiley Foster Spencer 
Wesley Harrison Stone 
Harry John Swonger 
Iva Tyson 
Ancil John West 
Edith Wettick 
Arthur Garfield White 
Walley Earl White 



1904 



Edna Mabel Allen 
Mary Estelle Brechbill 
Helen Lucile Buckanan 
Lamott Henry Butolph 
Woodleaf Gladstone Colton 
Charles Einsel 
John Clifton Ellidge 
Ethel May Emery 
Flo Estelle Emery 
Caroline Augusta Foster 
Charles Vere Gilbreath 
Arthur Garfield Harvey 
Rollin John Herhold 
DeWitt Talmadge Horne 
Ethel Flora Huff 



Jerome Webster Hull 
William Owen Jones 
Thomas Homer Lentz 
Janie Ethel McDowell 
Garfield James Nelson 
Earl Lewis Riffe 
Nelson Case Shannon 
Charles Sylvester Venard 
William Lincoln Ware 
Edith Wettick 
Alzina Matilda Williams 
Ward McClellan Wiltrout 
Arthur Clarence Wise 
Max Abbot Wolf 
Richard Thomas Wood 



190£ 



Edward Lafayette Baker 

Lulu Bedford 

George Henry Blythe 

Elmer Alexander Brown 

Enid Byrne 

Ralph Young Champion 

Harry Russell Chaney 

James Barnard Clapp 

Grant Cochran 

Roy William Conner 

Lehr Cook 



Byron Orville Cramer 
Frank George Dancer 
Earl George Erskine 
Hugh Thomas Fisher 
Arthur Jacob Hatter 
Charles Henry Jacobs 
John Henry Jones 
Thomas Jamie Lycan 
Frank Edgar McCurdy 
Lenora May Montgomery 
Orville Scott Morgan 



253 



1905-08] 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Elizabeth Buchanan Murdoch 

George Dennis Nabb 

Ira Lawrence Rasmussen 

Katie Shaw 

Maude Dean Snyder 



Anna Charlotte Tornquist 
Laura Evelyn Totten 
Charles Sylvester Venard 
Ethel Flossie Warner 
Mabel Wilson 



Edward Lafayette Baker 
George Chandler Cawer 
Albert Walter Denton 
Harry Robert Featherkile 
Will Davis Fisher 
Elsie Frease 
Mary Ethel Garton 
Myrtle Belle Goodman 
G. Grover Henderson 
Ada Merritt Hungate 
Rose Mell John 
Mable Lawrence 
James Massey 
Lloyd Miller 



1906 

Carl Emerson Morell 
Elizabeth Buchanan Murdock 
Delia E. Newman 
Ezequiel Francisco Orozco 
Dessa Fay Peckham 
James Wright Pilkington 
Ernest Foster Reser 
Anna Louise Robinson 
Louis C. Robinson 
Roy McClave Shepherd 
Carrie Shell Sweeney 
Charles Sylvester Venard 
Hugh Delman White 
Archie Carlton Williams 
Mabel Williams 



1907 



John Reuben Angle 
Oren Milo Beauchamp 
Ross Allen Birch 
Albert Brainard 
Ralph Young Champion 
Nell E. Corning 
Alfred Charles Crowle 
Charles Wesley Dougherty 
Joseph Harry Elliott 
Olive Grasty 
estelle hanna green 
Charles Cecil Gunnels 
Ethel Fred Hart 
Fred Holt 

Milton W. Hoopingarner 
Ethel Flora Huff 
David Islas 
Eva Kime 



Myrtle Kregar 
Maurice Kuhn 
James Massey 
Paul Allen McCray 
William Charles Morcom 
Eleanor Neff 
Garfield Grant Nelson 
Edward Ray Powers 
Hazel Fay Procter 
Hazel Lois Quick 
Moody Ralston 
Charles Alman Shumway 
Lawrence Orin Smith 
Burl Emery Taylor 
Harry Welch 
Glenn Whiteside 
Fred Albert Williams 
William A. Withrow 



1908 



Clayton P. Anderson 
Clinton Charles Anderson 
John Robson Brainard 
John Raymond Brining 
Bernice Ione Campbell 
Alfred Charles Crowle 
Charles Frederick Curtis 
Arthur A. Essex 
Ethel Faith Fifer 
Charles Amos Finley 
Earl Nelson Fry 
Nora Belle Geisen 
Harry Francis Gunnels 



John W. Gunnels 
Ethel Fred Hart 
Charles Franklin Holliday 
Siddie Ethel Kregar 
Rella D. McDuffie 
William Charles Morcom 
Charles Oscar Nelson 
Charles A. Newbold 
James Edward Parmely 
Charles Edward Phillips 
Charles Lloyd Pritchard 
George Clark Rice 
William Fletcher Rice 



254 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



[1908-11 



Estella May Rigg 
Arthur Lewis Shobe 
Kyle Edward Stotts 
William Rodney Thompson 



Edna Thrall 
Earl Edgar Williams 
Fred Albert Williams 
Lila Irene Worrall 



1909 



Ola Leota Austin 
Ignacio Ayala 
Chester Hiram Baker 
Josephine Cloud 
William Howard Colburn 
Lester Stanley Daniels 
Neal Orin Dodge 
Arthur A. Essex 
Joe Bennett Gibbs 
Cecil Dewain Gregg 
John W. Gunnels 
William Leslie Gunnels 
Forest Jesse Henney 
Joseph Alfred Ihle 
Ida Alice Jewett 
Edwin Pomeroy Kendall 



T. Forrest Lanson 
Paschal William Lundy 
James Francis Moss 
Bertha Murphy 
James Edward Parmely 
Lewis Pearce 

Charles Edwards Phillips 
George Clark Rice 
William Fletcher Rice 
Edward Elias Scott 
Herman Wilson Smith 
Ina May Staples 
Kyle Edward Stotts 
Harry John Swartz 
Ritchie Roy Taylor 
Aletha Brady Wolfe 



Milford H. Anderson 
Charles Lemon Baker 
Fred Steele Beatty 
George Arthur Beaumont 
Roy Smith Carrington 
Charles Carlos Clark 
William Henry Colburn 
Elva Ruth Curtis 
Louis Nathaniel Dixon 
Mortimer Lee Durbon 
Beth Edna Eaton 
Amel George Ever 
Frank Len Ferry 
Clarence Flower 
Earl Walter Ford 



1910 

Harold George Gentry 
Edwin Granger 
Forest Jesse Henney 
Ethel H. Hoppock 
Theora Yates McCollister 
Charles Curtis McFarland 
Myrtle Millikin 
Muriel Elsine Moore 
Anna Pearl Neuber 
Otis Lewis Newton 
Guthrie Pardoe 
Charles Otto Smith 
Thomas Julius Straffon 
Helen Strain 
Harry John Swartz 
Effie Leonora Wallace 



1911 



Emil Carlson 

Walter Franklin Denlinger 
John Ruppert Garcia 
Edwin Lancelot Granger 
William Leslie Gunnels 
Hugh Gillis Havens 
Elton Wayne Hybskmann 
Thomas Samuel Mason 



Orie Maxwell 
Carl Harrison Mayhew 
Kenkichi Mizuno 
Anna Pearl Neuber 
John Hicklin Smith 
Sumner Mark Smith 
Paul Craven Stewart 
John Evan Watt 



Louis Aguilera 
Fred Bell 



1912 



Etta May Deacon 
Joseph S. DeFrees 



255 



1912-16] 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Elsie Leota Emery 

hobart herries 

Elton Wayne Hybskmann 

Theodore B. Kelly 

Margery C. Lloyd 

William Lourdes 

J. Fred Martin 



Orie Maxwell 
Ida Patton 
Raymond L. Reid 
Sumner Mark Smith 
Floyd A. Talbott 
Raymond Towner 
William A. Ulm 



1913 



Carrie Bernice Arnett 
Roy Denton 

Arthur Ferdinand Dubach 
Helga Elizabeth Duncan 
Paul Wilker Freeman 
Lola Mabel Harris 



Richard Valentine Jacobs 
Paul Revere McCurdy 
Mary Louella Reeder 
Flora Darline Robinson 
Ray George Saferite 
Fred Albert Williams 



Ernest Elmer Butell 
Leonard Foiles 



1914 

W t illiam Leslie Gunnels 
Cecile Murlin 
Donald Warned Skinner 



1915 



Elizabeth Innes Galland 
Martha Elizabeth Lauer 

WlLLIMETTA NaBB 



William Bryce Punton 
Grace Muriel Reeder 
Fred Nicholas Wyman 



1916 



Alfred William Briggs 



Wilmer Leonard Love 



256 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY OF THE ALUMNI 

OF THE COLLEGE AND THE 

CONSERVATORY 

The number before the name means the serial number in the list of biographies 

of the Alumni. 





ALABAMA 




Clipper Gap 




Josephine 


25 


Wenrick, Solomon K. 


23 


Plasket, Emma Edith 




Colfax 




ARIZONA 


28 


Wilson, Jared Morgan 




Douglas 




Delano 


177 


Marvel, George Anthus 


733 


Barnes, Elizabeth Catherine 




Phoenix 




Fresno 


307 


McDaniel, Ida 


457 


Elwell, Florence Ora 


533 


McDaniel, Stella 




Hanford 




Tempe 


352 


Hull, Ward Wesley 


379 


French, Emma Belle 




Indio 




Tucson 


22 


Lovejoy, Irving Roscoe 


141 


Lockwood, Francis Cummins 




Long Beach 




]A/in slniit 


345 


Case, Walter Hodgin 


574 


V V vf hi tu \AJ 

Grover, Charles Clifford 


251 


Hamman, Mrs. Ilia Denning 
(A.F.) 




ARKANSAS 


48 


Keifer, Mrs. Jessie Breyfogle 
(L.B.) 




Ft. Smith 


3.34 


Wallace, John William 


57 


Robinson, Charles Rutherford 




Lordsbarg 




Gentry 


205 


Seaman, Floyd Jay 


780 


White, George Roy 




Los Angeles 




Little Rock 


293 


Ault, Alvin Wesley 


79 


Stover, Arthur Reece 


171 


Cook, George Fox 


140 


Stover, Mrs. Sarah Ives (A. R.) 


252 


Docker, Mrs. Aura Follin (T.) 


1089 


Wright, Elbert Sanford 




Norwalk 




Lonoke 


258 


Eaton, Mrs. Louise Stoelzing 


18C 


Brown, Leland Legler 




(E.K.) 




Rector 




Oakland 


681 


Geary, Rilev White 


69 


Stark, Mrs. Ida Taylor (T. G. ) 




Rogers 




Ontario 


15 


Jones, Clinton Kelly 


885 


Moore, Horace Wood 




CALIFORNIA 




Pasadena 




BakersHeld 


454 


Kalb, Mrs. Olla Cramer (W. K. 




326 


Loofbourrow, Robert 


956 


Urner, David Elhanan 


829 


Scherer, Lewis Daniel 




Berkeley 




San Bernardino 


933 


Merryfield, Una L. 


460 


Freeland, Hallie 



257 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



San Fernando 
305 Loofbourrow, David Byron 
242 Maclay, Mrs. Edith Lane (R. H.) 

San Francisco 

854 Blanchard, Clyde Insley 

734 Blanchard, Mrs. Jennie Benham 

(cn 

669 Cooper, Francis LeRoy 

153 Goodale, George William 

308 McWilliams, Ulysses Sherman 

488 Straub, Mrs. Mary Tully (F. J.) 

Santa Barbara 
210 Dalton, Charles Benjamin 

Selma 
509 Burnham, DeKalb 

Van Nuys 
142 Miller, William Linza 

COLORADO 

Brighton 

878 Beck, Mrs. Lucille Lynch (L. A.) 
615 Beck, Luther Allen 

Brush 
832 Spangler, Clyde DeWitt 

Castle Rock 
1060 Taylor, Mrs. Mamie Lauer 

(R. O.) 
1081 Taylor, Ralph O. 

Colorado City 
354 Klintwort, Mrs. Louvenia Joseph 

Colorado Springs 

795 Willgus, Mrs. Blanche Coffman 

(G.A.) 
784 Willgus, Glenn Austin 

Denver 
250 Denious, Wilbur Franklin 
1043 Gordon, Roy Ernest 
127 Howell, William Henry 
467 Justis, Guy Tracy 
1085 Warner, Troy Sanders 
757 Woods, Mrs. Muriel Lough 
(O.H.) 

Grand Junction 
284 King, Charles Latimer 

Hasty 

860 Counts, Mrs. Wilma Crossan 
(W.) 



Hotchkiss 
115 Bissell, Emma 
827 Linn, Mrs. Delia Ruble (W. C.) 

Lamar 
198 Markham, Lewis Merrill 

Littleton 

146 Price, James Marion 

Longmont 
222 Reed, Julian Bronson 

Monte Vista 
386 Maclean, Angus MacGregor 
376 Maclean, Mrs. Nellie Ault(A.M.) 

Pueblo 
578 Kendall, Mrs. Edna Jackson 

(E.P.) 
637 Kendall, Edwin Pomeroy 

Sterling 
604 Bascom, Mrs. Alma Thompson 
(D.C.) 
85 Finch, Mrs. Eva Pierce (CO.) 

University Park 
117 Lough, Mrs. Mary Benedict 

(S.A.) 
84 Lough, Samuel Alexander 

Victor 
320 Parsons, Mrs. Emma Follin 
(C.W.) 

Wray 
519 Pyle, Mrs. Junia Frazier (W.) 

CONNECTICUT 
Essex 
325 Kuhn, Clyde Leslie 

Guilford 
102 Woodson, Charles Kay 

Stamford 
776 Tidyman, Willard F. 

DELAWARE 
Newark 
741 Counts, George Sylvester 

FLORIDA 
Homestead 

147 Ewing, Mrs. Marcia Underwood 

(H.H.) 

Lakeland 
448 Bloom, Lynn William 



258 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 





GEORGIA 


229 


Brown, William Addison 






169 


Brummitt, Dan Brearley 




Atlanta 


74 


Hoss, Mrs. May Engstrom 


241 


King, Harry Andrews 




(G.W.) 






804 


Meredith, Mrs. Merle Feerer 




IDAHO 




(W.H.) 






997 


Monninger, Victor Clinton 




Boise 


866 


Parrott, Mrs. Mabel Hitchcock 


477 


Newhouse, Frank Ivan 


887 


(T.H.) 
Parrott, Thomas Henry 




Eden 


1079 


Smith, Otis Franklin 


588 


Montgomery, Elmer Clyde 


646 


Vigour, Mrs. Elsie Meyers 




Emmet 


779 


(H.T.) 
Vigour, Harry Thomas 


53 


Knipe, George Denison 


850 


Wood, Frank Edwin 




Heyburn 




East St. Louis 


812 


Kirkpatrick, Hazel Eva 


865 


Merry, Mrs. Etta Haxton(P.H.) 




Jerome 


883 


Merry, Paul Horace 


538 


Power, Elsie May 




Farming ton 




Kellogg 


526 


Inman, James Henry 


886 


Parker, Earl Cephus 








Moscow 




Litchfield 


446 


Arnold, Earl Caspar 


260 


Wakefield, Ralph 




Twin Falls 




Oak Park 


596 


Bacon, Mrs. Alice Reid (T. C.) 


178 


Motter, Thomas Ira 


555 


Bacon, Thomas Clyde 




Payson 




ILLINOIS 


1041 


Glasier, Ruth Henrietta 




Chicago 




Quincy 


149 


Allin, Frank Wesley 


609 


Wilson, Lela Claire 


247 


Anderson, Joseph Lawrence 






313 


Bedford, Scott Elias William 




Tuscola 


1032 


Carson, George William 


667 


Bailey, Herbert Augustus 


217 


Ely, Mrs. Birdean Motter (C. E.) 






132 


Fankhauser, Mrs. Pearl Murray 

(R.F.) 




INDIANA 


192 
987 


Farrar, Haddon Spurgeon 
Heaton, John Wesley 




Bloomington 


813 


Laury, Charles McCray 


390 


Molby, Fred A. 


935 


Morcom, Thomas 




Ft. Wayne 
Todd, Anna Rita 


937 
763 


Mueller, Henry Rollo 
Mulsow, Fred William 


398 


823 


Porter, John Emmett 




Greencastle 


1072 
115 


Preston, Roy Franklin 
Reace, William 


577 


Hudson, Mrs. Hortense Imboden 

(W.M.) 
Hudson, William Marion 


240 


Robbins, Mrs. Jennie Kershner 
(K.W.) 


465 


245 


Robbins, Kirk Waldo 




Terre Haute 


952 

837 


Stewart, Elvie Nathan 
Taylor, William Alfred 


996 


McMillan, Vernon Ream 




Decatur 




Warsaw 


717 


Price, Ruth Osborne 


239 


Hickman, Mrs. Ida Kershner 




Evanston 




(E.E.) 


259 


Brown, Mrs. Dora Taggart 




Zionsville 




(W.A.) 


365 


Rulison, George Ledrew 



259 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



IOWA 

Albia 
951 Stevens, Clifford Clyde 

Cedar Falls 
833 Stephens, Ethel 

Cedar Rapids 
75 Graham, Theodore Finley 
Clarinda 
1068 Payton, Vera Vivian 
Des Moines 
9C Cox, Ernest Lincoln 
839 Cox, Mrs. Elizabeth Voorhis 

(E.L.) 
132 Parsons, William 

Forest City 
755 Lockwood, Myra Amanda 

Ft. Dodge 
880 Martin, Theodore Columbus 

Grinnell 
304 Lewis, Mrs. Harriet Kemp 

(J.R.) 

Iowa City 
106 Buckner, Nell 

Mediapolis 
137 Swickard, Nathan Abijah 
Ottumwa 

720 Roberts, Newton William 
656 Roberts, Mrs. Bonnidell Sisson 
(N.W.) 

Silver City 
343 Calkins, Claude Allen 

Sioux City 
163 Smith, Ray Fletcher 

KANSAS 

Abbyville 
686 Hazen, Willard Glass 

Abilene 
944 Miller, Mrs. Margaret Richmond 

(R.B.) 
1016 Tufts, Gladys Ruth 

Alma 
990 Highbaugh, Irma 
Altamont 
485 Scholfield, John Prentice 



Alta Vista 
1030 Brownrigg, Mary Elizabeth 
877 Livingood, Harry Harrison 

Americus 
216 Molesworth, Masenos Reed 

Anthony 
797 Combs, Lester Martin 
11C Kregar, Siddie Ethel 

Arcadia 
872 Konantz, Gladys 

Arkansas City 
523 Heffelfinger, John Edgar Byers 
593 Heffelfinger, Mrs. Lucille Par- 

menter (J. E. B.) 
747 Hume, Mary Emma Dorsey 
581 Lewis, Fred B. 
641 Lewis, Walter Albert 
541 Roseberry, Clyde Gideon 
592 Roseberry, Mrs. Helen Parmen- 
ter (C.G.) 

Atchison 
107 Chandler, Thomas Eldridge 
1037 Ernst, Ruth Adeline 
801 Meyer, Mrs. Mabel Evans (C.) 

Attica 
1000 Osterhout, Fred W. 

Atwood 
619 Brown, Albert Ernest 
1009 Sites, Mary Edith 

Augusta 
511 Cook, Anna Mary 
1069 Penley, Charles Willard 
1045 Penley, Mrs. Mary Haines 
(C.W.) 

Axtell 
570 Farrar, Henry Horatio 
597 Farrar, Mrs. Ivy Riley (H. H.) 
1052 Hudson, Florence 
157 Knepp, Palmer Banks 

Baldwin City 
70 Bailey, Charles William 
965 Benjamin, Anna Geneva 
1027 Benjamin, Opal Vern 
276 Clark, Mrs. Myrtle Walker 

(W.Mr) 
190 Clark, William Melvin 
675 Cundiff, Ruby Ethel 
298 Deel, Samuel Asher 
1035 Denlinger, Myrtle Etna 
280 Ebright, Homer Kingsley 
159 Hackett, Mrs. Hattie Rapp 

(E.S.) 
17C Haigh, Elsie May 



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194 Hartley, Forrest Madison 
197 Hartley, Mrs. Mary Ives (F. M.) 
92 Hoover, Mrs. Blanche Case 

(H.J.) 
690 Irwin, Grace Mabel 
739 Jillson, Mrs. Anna Clark (J.R.) 
461 Kalb, Mrs. Edna Gander (C. A. ) 
468 Kalb, Charles Abraham 
470 Kinzer, Classie Pearl 
427 Knepp, Edsall Bowman 
702 Leach, Alfred Edgar 
128 Lockwood, Anson Ovid 
112 Markham, Mrs. Carrie Hoover 

(W. C.) 
131 Markham, William Colfax 
705 Massey, Mary Ellen 
814 McHenry, Floy 
14C McMillan, Helen Kitlena 
550 Morgan, Mrs. Elsie Warner 

(M.M.) 

433 Morgan, Marshall Morton 

672 Morgan, Mrs. Myrnice Crysler 
(O. S.) 

434 Peck, Urana Gleneva 

822 Preston, Mrs. Blanche O'Neil 

(A.E.) 
1001 Price, Helen Elizabeth 

482 Reser, Leroy Trophimus 

749 Shumway, Mrs. Beulah Kinzer 
(C.) 

181 Scott, Lilian 

487 Stewart, Dossie May 
1082 Thompson, Arthur LeRoy 

441 Trotter, Lee 

729 Wiley, Grace Gertrude 

959 Wilson, Helen 

337 Wolf, Frank Ezra 

Barclay 
503 Booth, Ida Lois 

Barnard 
924 Johnson, Inez Clara 

Barnes 
712 Pennock, Delia Breyfogle 

Basehor 
640 Klamm, Lena Elizabeth 

Bluff City 
721 Runion, Harris Ray 

Bonner Springs 
560 Brown, George Edward 
803 Brown, Mrs. Georgia Farrar 
(G.E.) 

Burlington 
967 Bradley, Aura Renfrow 
518 Frazier, Josephine Florence 



479 Odom, Clyde Winfred 

463 Odom, Mrs. Mary Gould (C.W.) 

849 Wood, Ernest Virgil 

Burns 
768 Icke, Mrs. Bertha Power (L. R 
809 Icke, Lewis Roland 

Centralia 
562 Annadown, Mrs. Leila Clark 
(P.) 
26 Browning, George Whitfield 
985 Hatch, Ruth Irene 

527 Ward, Mrs. Janie Johnston 

(W.R.) 
492 Ward, William Ralph 

Chanute 

553 Allen, James Arthur 

373 Allen, Wilbur Fiske 

263 Cavaness, Herbert 

1 Cavaness, James Mulloy 

445 Cavaness, Mrs. Ora Allen (H.) 

47 Breyfogle, Frank Lee 

976 Davison, Wilbur Sumner 

847 Donald, Mrs. Zella Willett(C.P.) 

269 Helmick, Milton Parks 

868 Hoover, Maurine 

34 Hurt, Jefferson James 

1062 Lisherness, Gladys Marie 

528 Williams, Mrs. Maude Kilborn 
(W.J.) 

608 Williams, William John 

Chapman 
625 Dobbs, Louis Bennett 
816 Molby, Lora Erne 
399 Wilkins, Walter Norman 
1088 Wilson, Wenona 

Cheney 
689 Kurt, Mrs. Evelyn Hume (A.) 

Chetopa 
677 Ditzler, Luther Herbert 
679 Edwards, Jessie Marguerite 

Clay Center 
940 Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Ozen- 
baugh (G. O.) 

Coats 
707 Mills, Chester Arthur 
1077 Slough, Glen Samuel 

Coffeyville 
586 Boyd, Mrs. Ethel Michaels (D.C.) 
380 Gander, Gilbert Munson 
458 Gander, Mrs. Nannie Fischer 

(G.M.) 
842 Weible. Merle Hazzard 



261 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Coldwater 
496 Allderdice, Charles Emmors 
785 Allderdice, James Henry 
961 Allderdice, Victor John 
811 Keohane, Helen Marie 
246 Korff, Mrs. Nettie Steele (R. C.) 

Colony 
904 Beamer, David Ira 

Columbus 
817 Davidson, Mrs. Edith Moore 
(CO.) 

Concordia 
420 Green, Snowden Raymond 

Conway Springs 
51 Thew, William Arthur 
Council Grove 
970 Campbell, Howard Karl 
277 French, Mrs. Grace Watt(W.L.) 
281 French, Walter Lyman 

Detroit 
501 Bert, Abraham Engle 
589 Bert, Mrs. Ada Nattier (A. E.) 

Dexter 
715 Wilson, Mrs. Sadie Pottorf 
(E.L.) 

Dodge City 
415 Denious, Jesse Carl 

D wight 
568 Dershem, Elsie 

Elmont 
683 Haigh, Alice Lila 
1065 McCulloch, Roy Stewart 

Ellsworth 
624 Ditzler, Mabel Sheldon 

Emporia 
156 Holtz, William Leroy 
288 Myers, Albert Perley 
318 Potts, Mrs. Frances Coker 

(L. M.) 
162 Smith, James D. 

Eskridge 
1071 Powell, Loretta Margaret 

Eudora 
857 Coffin, Ida Lenora 

Eureka 
78 Moore, Charles Edgar 
1003 Rice, Willa Ruth 



Everest 
H92 Scalapino, Anthony 

Fairview 
1056 Kraft, Flora 

Florence 
450 Brakebill, Martin Luther 

Ford 
1013 Steinheimer, Roy Lee 

Fowler 
183 Stimmel, Irwin 

Frankfort 
730 Hazzard, Mrs. Florence Allder- 
dice (R.L.) 
631 Hazzard, Russie LaClede 
20C Hoffman, Georgia Esther 

Fredonia 

1051 Hollis, Faye Pearl 

1067 Moore, Eunice Ann 
536 Nattier, Albert Arthur 
378 Rich, Mrs. Hattie Elwell (A.) 

Frontenac 
1061 Leach, Marian Tate 

Ft. Scott 
282 Gordon, Harry A. 
953 Stewart, Ina Geraldine 

Fulton 
982 Foiles, Earl Raymond 
915 Foiles, Mrs. Esther Whitwam 
(E.R.) 

Galva 
395 Paynter, Hollie Davis 

Garden City 
678 Dougherty, Ethel 
Gardner 
727 Tuller, Harriet May 

Garfield 
975 Crawford, Earl Morton 

Garnett 
862 Denlinger, Floyd 
623 Denman, Jessie Louise 

Garrison 
384 Kile, John Haigler 

Girard 
340 Atherton, Gilbert Haven 
713 Pennock, Florence Elanor 

Goddard 
698 Curtis, Mrs. Beulah Lacey(F.V.) 



262 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Goodland 
995 Lockwood, Ruth Mae 

Gorham 
613 Lawrence, Mrs. Lavina Barton 
(R.E.) 

Grantville 

165 Adell, Thomas Byron 

Great Bend 

731 Allis, Frank Howard 
806 Hassler, Ira Miller 

Greenleaf 
759 McCulloh, Otho John 

Grenola 
L017 Ware, Charles Wilson 

Gridley 
758 Martin, Bertha May 

Halstead 
572 Gibbon, William Outhwaite 

Hamilton 
911 Darby, Eunice Helen 

Hanover 
330 Rhoades, Fred Hooper 

Harper 
884 Michaels, Hazel Mae 

Hartford 
312 Turner, Charles Frederick 
297 Turner, Mrs. Mary Deel (C. F.) 

Harveyville 
409 Betts, William James 

Haviland 
1053 Jewell, LeRoy 
552 Young, Bernard Foxwell 
546 Young, Mrs. Lusetta Sowers 
(B.F.) 

Herington 
341 Barton, Perl Rogers 
969 Brown, Margaret Lura 
810 Kennedy, Mary Hazel 

Hiawatha 
979 Dimmock, Neta Anthelia 
347 Harpster, Clair Aigler 
344 Harpster, Mrs. Kathryn Car- 
mean (C. A.) 
778 Vernon, Bertha Carrie 

Holton 
556 Beard, Norton Seaman 
991 Holland, Margaret Catherine 



Hope 
697 Anderson, Mrs. Grace Kumler 

(M.) 
356 McProud, Oscar Ulysses 

Horton 
1026 Benham, Anna Ruth 
921 Henney, Frank LeRoy 

Howard 
L048 Harris, Evalena 
Hoxie 
517 Feeley, Mabel Grace 

Huron 
805 Gilbert, Effie Belle 
Hutchinson 
167 Benscoter, Frank J. 
796 Coldsmith, Charles Irwin 
846 Goldsmith, Mrs. Sarah Willett 

(CI.) 
417 Falkenrich, Wilmer 
471 Hess, Mrs. Helen Kinzer (H.) 
529 Leasure, William Chester 
587 Mitchner, Bert Early 
39 Simmons, John Stuart 
655 Simmons, Kenneth Kipple 
835 Stewart, Frances Jane 

Independence 
792 Stafford, Mrs. Beryl Blanchard 

(G.W.) 
774 Stafford, Gerald Wright 
336 Wharton, Walter Pellman 

Iola 
1025 Axton, Ray Eddly 
998 Myler, Emberson William 
821 Oman, Iva Dora 
339 Zook, Christian Benjamin 

Irving 
1023 Wood, Fayette Julius 

Jefferson 
1055 Kirby, John Richard 
Kansas City 
408 Bailey, William Arthur 
853 Beard, Ruth Alma 
618 Brown, Elmer Leonard 
542 Brown, Mrs. Violet Russell 

(E.L.) 
858 Coughlin, Ernest Mitchem 
55 Coughlin, Mrs. Rosella Mitchem 

513 Daniels, Edward Marion 

514 Dixon, Florence May 

682 Griswold, Mrs. Zula Green 
(H.E.) 



263 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



499 Hall, Mrs. Julia Beard (A.F.) 

154 Harpster, Harvard Oliver 

124 Harpster, Samuel Oscar 

993 Honnell, Grace LaDora 

692 Jaggard, Annie 

926 Kelly, Beulah Catherine 

77 Key, Nellie Garrett 

174 Knox, Mrs. Minnie Games 

(R.E.) 

693 Omer, Mrs. Emma Jaggard 

(J. A.) 

113 Powell, Benson Mahlon 

49 Robbins, Bascom 

436 Shepherd, Homer Paul 

291 Showalter, Cora May 

841 Waring, Leonard Frank 

278 Woodyard, Ella 

1090 Wright, Herbert 

726 Swayze, Lottie Lazette 

Kingman 
676 Mcllrath, Mrs. Faith Dean (R.) 
706 Mcllrath, Ralph 
882 Mcllrath, Wallace 

723 Sample, Walton Carr 

Kinsley 
182 Stewart, Olive Maude 
549 VanVickle, Harriet Anna 

Kiowa 
600 Cook, Mrs. Oma Smith (C. L.) 

La Crosse 
1033 DeLashmutt, Walter Frank 
844 Long, Mrs. Dale Whitnah(W.K) 
756 Long, William Elvin 

La Harpe 
932 McCarty, Grace 
164 Spencer, Edward Harris 

Lamed 

724 Shepherd, Mrs. Helen Smith 

(C.E.) 

Lawrence 
664 Annadown, Emily 
144 Blackmar, Mrs. Kate Nicholson 

(F.W.) 
266 Games, Frank Watson 

175 Games, Moses William 

1049 Havighurst, Freeman Carroll 
212 Kidder, Marion Ethel 
642 Loomis, Arthur Kirkwood 
930 Malin, James Claude 
611 Murray, Mrs. Agnes Anderson 

(J.W.) 
438 Thompson, Gordon Bennett 
486 Thompson, Mrs. Harriet Sterling 

(G.B.) 



437 Stewart, Clarence Churchill 
617 Stewart, Mrs. Maude Brigham 
(C.C.) 

Leavenworth 
314 Hamilton, Mrs. Isabel Benedict 
(M.B.) 

Lebanon 
1053 Jewell, LeRoy 

Lecompton 
443 White, Lilla May 

Lenexa 
968 Brown, James Lester 
195 Haskin, Elkanah Harley 

918 Hausam, Mrs. Grace Kline 

( W. C.) 

919 Hausam, Wiley Conrad 

Lewis 
781 Whitlow, Cyril Melvin 
783 Whitlow, Mrs. Rena Wilcox 
(C. M.) 

Liberal 
687 Henry, Lena Elizabeth 

Liberty 
243 Pennington, Mrs. Harriet Marvel 
(B.) 

Lincoln 
418 Davies, Mrs. Esther Freed (J.H.) 

Logan 
659 Wiltrout, Romania Rae 

Lost Springs 
1005 Roseberry, Anna Ruth 

Lyons 
986 Haxton, Nell Mae 

Longton 
96 Miller, Julia DeSonge 

Manhattan 
72 Elliot, Nellie Frances 
695 Johnston, Ambrose M. 
680 Kirk, Mrs. Flora Einsel (R. S.) 
566 Molby, Mrs. Minnie Denman 

(S.J.) 
387 Ozment, Mrs. Harriet Mahar 

(B.H.) 
220 Price, Ralph Ray 
224 Price, Mrs. Roberta Simpson 

(R.R.) 
539 Reppert, Roy Ralph 
603 Thomas, Ethel Estella 
605 Tiffany, Erwin Milton 



264 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Mankato 
lC Jamieson, Rhoda 
595 Stanley, Mrs. Florence Ream 
(D.F.) 

Maple Hill 
1064 McCullough, Clarence Avery 

Marion 
371 Hoch, Mrs. Edna Wharton (H.) 
321 Hoch, Homer 
867 Hoch, Wallis 
923 Imboden, Mildred 

Marysville 
599 Smith, Hervey Foster 

McCracken 
1084 Warden, Madeline Helen 
3C Underhill, Mrs. Fieta Crowley 
(G.W.) 

McLouth 
938 Ocker, Verna Glenella 

McPherson 
629 French, Merton Clyde 

7 Simpson, Robert Stuart 
545 Simpson, Vera Pearl 

Meade 
963 Armstrong, Guy Walter 
1020 Wickstrom, Jeanette 

Melvern 
701 Laury, William Godfrey 
752 Lee, Walter Alvin 

Merriam 
249 Coleman, Rolla Wood 

Minneapolis 
1038 Evans, Paul Lawrence 
925 Johnston, Bess J. 
807 Wilson, Mrs. Nora Henry (R.H.) 

Minneola 
864 Collinsworth, Mrs. Elzada Har- 
ris (G. C.) 

Montezuma 
897 Stevenson, Lula Belle 

Moran 
700 Laury, Clara Olivia 
929 Laury, John Wesley 
200 Messinger, Willis Oscar 

Mound City 
211 Edwards, Isaac Franklin 

Mound Valley 
966 Botkin, Mildred Ninde 



794 Call, Troy Benjamin 
954 Stokes, Bertha Joy 

Muse ot ah 
978 Devore, Rollin Earl 

Neodesha 
906 Anderson, Mary Vincent 
971 Catlin, Lawrence J. 
423 Hestwood, Ottis Clyde 
367 Study, Harry Pray 

Neosho Falls 
255 Sain, Lydia 
40 Snow, Florence Lydia 

Neosho Rapids 
630 Gilman, Bessie 

Ness City 
120 Davis, Henry Thomas 
103 Davis, Mrs. Minnie Bain (H.T.) 
808 Hopper, Earl Brady 
1015 Thomas, Ruth Edith 

Newton 
462 Foster, Mrs. Minnie Gardner 

(L.C.) 
782 Wight, Alvin Silas 

Nortonville 
977 Daum, Myrtle Eva 

Oketo 

535 Moore, Jesse Howard 
558 Moore, Mrs. Margaret Betzer 
(J.H.) 

Olathe 
155 Haskin, Samuel Brush 
238 Hayes, Mrs. Rachel Henderson 

(W.E.) 
186 Jones, Mrs. Grace Breyfogle 

(C.W.) 

Onaga 
834 Stewart, Albert Christopher 
429 Van Dusen, Mrs. Nellie McClure 

(J.) 

607 Wise, Mrs. Mary Widney(W.B.) 

Osage City 

610 Adams, Mabel Elizabeth 

10C Hoover, Fern Lucile 

283 Hunsicker, Lillian May 

650 O'Neil, Ralph Thomas 

Osborne 
859 Crocker, Grace Eliza 



265 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Oskaloosa 
962 Anderson, Sarah Helen 

Oswego 
98 Case, Mrs. Geor^'ana Reed (N.) 
268 Handley, Mary Virginia 
753 Liston, Virdon Milne 
1087 Wilson, Murray Alderson 
400 Woods, Ola Adele 

Ottawa 
388 Bailey, Mrs. Ethel McCaughey 

(P.M.) 
406 Bailey, Fred Mark 
316 Chaffee, Nelle Edith 
64 Long, Henry C. 

Overbrook 
927 Kurtz, Ruth Edna 

Paola 
907 Carpenter, Ina Fay 
311 Ringer, Arthur 
421 Smith, Mrs. Jennie Heinselman 

(L.B.) 
333 Smith, Levi Brown 

Parsons 

1040 Foster, True Earl 

459 Freark, Sarah Winona 

473 Locke, Rachel 

524 Reid, Mrs. Anna Hoch (J. W.) 

361 Reid, James Winfred 

947 Rust, Ralph Guy 

881 Rust, Mrs. Ruby Mason (R. G.) 

206 Stavely, James Alexander 

Perry 
507 Brown, Elmer LeGrande 
Pittsburg 

405 Axton, Mrs. Clara Bailey 

(E.D.) 
404 Axton, Elmer David 
6C Bideau, Edith Mae 
80 Campbell, Phillip Pitt 
914 Ransom, Mrs. Beatrice Fast 

(R.G.) 
889 Ransom, Raymond Gordon 
231 Taylor, Mrs. Ethel Cavaness 

(J.L.) 
208 Taylor, Joseph Luther 
202 Waskey, Mrs. Maie Motter(J.A.) 

Pleasanton 
666 Axton, Clayton Arthur 
502 Boicourt, George Mallalieu 

Pratt 

989 Henry, Albert Edwin 

735 Smith, Mrs. Louise Briggs (H.T.) 



787 



802 
1010 



Prescott 
145 O'Neil, Frank Edward 

Princeton 
Ames, Edith Enslin 

Protection 
Riner, Mrs. Nellie Evans (T.W.) 
Smith, Jessie Dorothy 

Quincy 
890 Redman, Earl Burgess 
1078 Slough, Lydia Katherine 

Randolph 
480 Peter, Charles Frederick 

Rantoul 
1024 Anderson, Bena Alberta 

Redtield 
943 Rapp, John Merrill 

Robinson 
994 Linscott, Orena Josephine 
711 Nelson, William Edwin 
709 Nelson, Mrs. Winifred Moore- 
head (W.E.) 

Rossville 
357 Miller, Henry Blackburn 

Russell 
770 Reppert, Vernon Milton 

Saffordville 
916 Garrettson, George Garfield 

St. John 
800 Ellenberger, Rush Walter 

St. Paul 
1083 Treganza, James Robert 



Salina 
554 Armstrong, Amy 
505 Bristow, Frank Baker 
58 Bristow, Joseph Little 
315 Davis, Mrs. Edna Boyd (E.) 
575 Hamilton, Mary Emma 
253 King, George Edward 
649 Mc Williams, Mrs. Laura Nichol- 
son (R. H.) 
645 McWilliams, Robert Hugh 
221 Ragle, Nathan Shumate 
722 Ryan, Francis Winton 

Savonburg 
150 Bell, Thomas Moon 



266 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Sedan 
364 Roberts, John Wilkins 
430 Roberts, Mrs. Lena McConnell 
(J.W.) 

Sedgwick 
909 Congdon, Mary Artemisia 

Selma 
579 Keast, William Paul 

Seneca 
410 Bloss, Edwin Chauncey 
799 Drown, Clarence Carlyle 

Severance 
180 Reed, James William 

Silver Lake 
893 Scheer, George Edman 

Smith Centre 
455 Cutler, Lyle Charles 

Spearville 
1034 Denison, Neva Bertrice 
639 Kiser, Stephen Lott 

Spivey 
760 Boyle, Mrs. Edith Milham (C.J.) 
828 Kabler, Mrs. Hazel Sample (L.L.) 

Spring Hill 
478 Nicholson, Vernon Thomas 
831 Sowers, Ruth Electa 
43 Telford, Eliza Armstrong 

Stafford 
903 Beal, Burt Oliver 

Sterling 
464 Hall, Charles Albert 
412 Hall, Mrs. Grace Brigham(C.A.) 
958 Waring, Walter Wray 

Sylvia 
653 Rudisill, Theodore Franklin 

Talmage 
500 Benson, Fred Bernard 

Topeka 

374 Ames, Nora Dale 

168 Boughton, Bessie 

452 Chrisman, Dorothy 

798 Dellinger, Rudolph Corley 

13C Dougherty, Gladys Mercia 

111 Ewing, Laura L. 

81 Gault, Charles Edwin 

349 Hepworth, Clair H. 

60 Hill, Charles Miletus 



761 Morris, George Warren 

358 Murphy, Mary Kibben 

955 Sutton, Fred Calvin 

516 Washburn. Mrs. Wilma Ed- 
wards (M.) 

1021 Wiles, Everett Raymond 

898 Wise, Harry Steckel 

Toronto 
1004 Richards, William Alfred 

Troy 
319 Adams, Mrs. Barbara Dice 

(N.J. ) 
401 Adams, Nathaniel John 
116 Reeder, Charles Ward 

Turon 
442 Watson, Joseph Emerson 

Uniontown 
1039 Fitzgerald, Grace Margaret 

Utica 
888 Peters, William Esco 

Vernon 
1074 Rigby, Harry 

Finland 
267 Gill, Helen Gertrude 

Virgil 
662 Allis, Orval Duane 
673 Allis, Mrs. Gertrude Cundiff 
(O.D.) 

Wagstaff 
428 Lentz, David Scott 

Wakarusa 
490 Snoddy, Mrs. Mary Van Petten 
(H.L.) 

Wakefield 
1002 Randall, Wayne Pearson 

Walton 
657 Battin, Mrs. Mabel Stevenson 
(G.E.) 

Wamego 
851 Ault, Mary Ethel 
843 Wheeler, Charles Wesley 

Washington 
973 Coe, Clara Annis 
928 Larner, Ella Frances 

Waterville 
218 Paddleford, Eli Merton 
957 Vernon, Chester Benson 



267 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Wathena 
1011 Smith, Mary Price 
936 Stewart, Mrs. Hazah Morris 

(L.W.) 
838 Van Buskirk, George Bennett 

Waverly 

972 Caywood, Stanley William 

285 Kncpp, Earl Hamline 
1063 Majors, Hurst 
1014 Swogger, Leo Glenn 

Wellington 
532 Mavity, Mrs. Margaret McCon- 

nell (J. W.) 
329 Plumb, Harvey Claud 
338 Plumb, Mrs. Jennie Woods 

(H.C.) 

Wellsville 
1031 Brune, Ruth Esther 
213 Mallory, James Edward 
179 Muesse, Henry Lionel 
170 Muesse, Mrs. Lizzie Cone 

(H. L.) 
219 Pendleton, Edward Thompson 

Westmoreland 
980 Evans, Thomas Alexander 
1070 Pennock, Lois Cecelia 

Wetmore 
876 Livingood, Aldo Morton 
818 Myers, Ethel 

White Cloud 
557 Beauchamp, Edward Edgerton 

Whitewater 
718 Corman, Mrs. May Rapp (E.) 

Wichita 
133 Allen Mrs. Elsie Nuzman (HJ.) 
403 Ames, Cecil Erwin 
416 Ebright, Alpha Mills 
870 Imboden, Ruth 
324 Kirk, Albert Emmanuel 
585 McKibbin, Harold Benedict 
414 McKibbin, Mrs. Luella Clark 

(H.B.) 
762 Meuller, Vernette A. 
425 Stanley, Mrs. Blanche Imboden 

(H.W.) 
547 Stanley, Harriet Eugenia 
366 Stanley, Harry Wylbur 
628 Stearns, Mrs. Pearl Fisher (I.H.). 
606 Topping, June 
89 VanGundy, David Sherman 
1022 Williams, Coralie Roxetta 



193 



Williamsburg 
Fogle, Arza Bracken 



Wilson 
670 McKittrick, Mrs. Florella Counts 
(W.D.) 

Winchester 
1029 Brown, Mary Fay 
584 McKemmy, Grace Alice 

WinHeld 

225 Anderson, Mrs. Katherine Un- 
derwood (W. G.) 

248 Anderson, William Gibson 

130 Davis, Mrs. Harriet Mallory 
(A.E.) 

571 Foster, Everett Kin 

520 Foster, Mrs. Hattie Gardner 
(E.K.) 

Yates Center 
621 Catlin, Arthur Dan 
620 Catlin, Mrs. Ruth Bukey (A. D.) 
743 Dixon, Ina Lucille 

97 Pyke, John William Hull 
1080 Stephenson, Clarissa 

KENTUCKY 

Lexington 
121 Games, John Ira 

LOUISIANA 

New Orleans 
88 Sykes, Ernest Eugene 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 
738 Burkett, Walter C. 
42 Colt, Mrs. Sade Sullivan (D. S.) 
71 Colt, Don Snell 

Frederick 
564 Daily, Benjamin William 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston 

498 Ault, Warren Ortman 

855 Broadfoot, Clarence Peter 

1044 Gunsaullus, Burr 

1058 Lankard, Frank Glenn 

945 Robinson, Bruce Bowman 

1012 Smith, Theodore Garland 

Brookline 
643 Martin, Harry Oscar 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Cambridge 
317 Chambers, Benjamin Franklin 

Dedham 
1054 Kaub, Louis Harrison 
1086 Kaub, Mrs. Minnie Weide(L.H.) 

Easthampton 
634 Johnston, Thomas Todd 

Hanson 
772 Siegle, Scott C. 

Lowell 
407 Bailey, Henry Irwin 

Rockland 
848 Fike, Mrs. Alma Wilson (T. T.) 
863 Fike, Tobias Traugott 

Roslindale 
332 Smith, Alonzo Martin 

Stoneham 
16 Knox, Mrs. Janette Hill ( M. V.B. ) 

Uxbridge 
910 Crain, Orville Edward 

West Newton 
296 Cell, Mrs. Ella Clark (G. C.) 
295 Cell, George Croft 

Westport Point 
1007 Frazer, Mrs. Edna Ruhlen (J.T.) 
983 Frazer, John Thomas 

Worcester 

302 Hankins, Mrs. Anna Keeling 

(F.H.) 
300 Hankins, Frank Hamilton 

MICHIGAN 

Detroit 
941 Preshaw, Karl 
160 Rice, Merton Stacher 
775 Thompson, William Rodney 

East Lansing 
439 Johnston. Mrs. Ethelyn Thorne 

(W.W.) 
322 Johnston, William Walter 

Flint 
530 Lodge, William Horace 

Houghton 
875 Liston, Emil Smith 



17 

766 

62 

912 



. r !2 



934 



999 



1046 



381 
635 



1047 



1066 



765 



879 



788 
920 



861 



786 
497 
447 
901 
964 
45 
472 

559 
451 
413 
512 



MINNESOTA 

Mankato 
Hancock, John Allen 

Minneapolis 
Baker, Mrs. Helen Porter (R.A.) 
Kester, Reese Bowman 
Nebbergall, Mrs. Ethel Dawson 
(J. Z.) 

MISSOURI 

Anderson 
Stewart, John Wesley 

Boonville 
Milham, Chester Richard 

Braymer 
Neal, Freda Lois 

Burlington Junction 
Hann, Dorothy Elizabeth 

Cameron 
Geyer, Francis Lender 
Jones, Lester Martin 

Clearmont 
Hann, Jennie Foster 

Clinton 
Melton, Emma 

Coffey 
Pilkington, May 

Columbia 
Martin, Henry Sleeper 

Fayette 
Ault, Cora Lena 
Hazen, Gertrude Theoren 

Fredericktown 
Dean, Elsie 

Kansas City 
Allen, Ralph Randolph 
Apple, Spencer Butler 
Ault, Harley Addison 
Baird, Agnes Lenora 
Baird, Wilma Mildred 
Betts, Samuel Eason 
Bowman, Mrs. Pearl Lathen 

(E.B.) 
Boys, Frank Alonzo 
Brigham, Mary 

Colley, Mrs. Anna Church (J.W.) 
Covalt, Maude Agnes 



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567 


Dennie, Charles Clayton 




St. Charles 


93 


Foster, Henry Bowman 


836 


Stewart, Margaret 


21 


French, Wil iam Alonzo 






3 


Hall, Mrs. Olive Willey (J.C.) 




St. Louis 


522 


Heaton, Foster Merrill 


83 


Johnson, Mrs. Maude Leonard 


237 


Hedges, Frank Percy 




(CP.) 


424 


Hulse, Delbert Trigg 


537 


Powell, Vesta 


125 


Keys, Mrs. Diana Haskin(G.W.) 


56 


Quayle, William Alfred 


873 


LaBrant, Wagner Merrill 


227 


Williams, Mrs. Charlotte Beas- 


2C 


Loudermilk, Mrs. Nettie Amos 




ley (R.D.) 




(H.) 




Sedalia 


270 
275 


Limbeck, George Albert 
Lunbeck, Mrs. Zola Swan 


348 


Hayes, Robert Benjamin 




(G.A.) 




Springfield 


21C 
431 


Martin, Esther 
Monahan, Elmer Perry 


671 


Cox, Harvey Leroy 


710 


Mueller, Clive Paul 




Trenton 


310 


Patton, Morris 


331 


Sample, Orlando Lora 


12C 


Price, Mrs. Berna Hannum(F.A.) 




Waverly 


716 


Price, Fred Allen 




483 


Roseberry, Mary Bruce 


1057 


Kreek, Olive 


826 


Ross, Mary Howell 




Westboro 


988 
946 


Rousey, Mrs. Esther Henney 

(M.L.) 
Rowland, Ruth 


1050 
1059 


Hedge, Gertrude Elizabeth 
Larmer, Forrest Mabry 


41 


Siegrist, Mrs. Emma Sullivan 








(H.S.) 




MONTANA 


1008 


Siegrist, Frank Bowman 






67 


Siegrist, Henry Snavely 




Anaconda 


99 


Smith, J. Franklin 


274 


Stewart, Thomas Pettigrew 


82 


Smith, Mrs. Susie Knight (J. F.) 






491 


Walker, Walter Clarence 




Bozeman 






674 


Gilman, Mrs. Pearl Cundiff 




Kingston 




(R. W.) 


534 


Merryman, Mabel 




Dillon 




Kirksville 


301 


Humphrey, Harry Gara 
Glendive 


335 


Watt, Bessie 

M ait land 


663 


Anderson, Lionel Andrias 


856 


Brumbaugh, Mary Elizabeth 




NEBRASKA 




Maryville 




Hastings 






736 


Brooks, Alfred Arthur 


453 


Cox, Gilbert Stevens 






544 


Cox, Mrs. Mary Schenck (G. S.) 




Jansen 






950 


Stafford, Roy R. 


751 


Mound City 
LaBrant, Lulu Levanche 




Lincoln 


201 


Miller, Edwin Merrick 


273 


Stephens, George Asbury 




Mt. Washington 


292 


University Place 
McProud, Mrs. Bertha Watt 


495 


Malone, Mrs. Ethel Work (A.F.) 




(B.E.) 




/v pvmrl n. 


287 


McProud, Bertram Everett 


394 


1 \ C C- l* Li Lr 

Odom, John Franklin 


750 


Meyers, Mrs. Minnie Kline (R.) 
York 




Odessa 


894 


Martin, Mrs. Mary Showalter 


389 


Mills, Roy Fallas 




(E.F.) 



270 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Keene 
647 Miller, Edward Franklin 

Nashua 
515 Durham, Edward Alvah 





NEW JERSEY 


4 
123 




Chester 


684 


1006 


Ruhlen, Charles Lester 


685 


895 


Ruhlen, Mrs. Edith Stafford 


129 




(C.L.) 


648 
204 




Hampton 


1076 


1042 


Glasier, Walter John C. 


871 




Lyndhurst 


896 


732 


Wallace, Mrs. Henrietta Barke- 
meyer (C.I.) 

Madison 


422 


874 


Hertzog, Mrs. Vera Lange 






(W. H.) 


793 


922 


Hertzog, William Henry 






Passaic 


299 


5 


Seabrook, Thomas 






NEW MEXICO 


214 




Albuquerque 




235 


Hammond, Hezekiah Borders 
Aztec 




456 


Douglas, Earl 

Lanark 


234 


286 


Sargent, Mrs. Leona Kuhn (E.) 
Raton 




561 


Clarke, Alice May 


161 


63 


Leib, Thomas Douglas 






Wagon Mound 


397 


363 


Ringer, Elmer Clifford 






NEW YORK 


435 




Bellmore 


791 


824 


Ray, Benjamin Franklin 




825 


Ray, Mrs. Minnie W. (B. F.) 
Brooklyn 


489 


905 


Brune, Benjamin Jacob 




309 


Riley, Mrs. Blanche Mills (T. J.) 


215 


290 


Riley, Thomas James 




257 


Stickel, Merton Jay 




19 


Thorpe, Ervin Llewellyn 


184 



Buffalo 

563 Creager, Florence Isabell 

109 Cunningham, Mrs. Maud (H. S.) 

Ithaca 

1075 Rigg, Melvin Gillison 

New York City 

Deming, Charles Gaylord 
Hale, William Bayard 
Hall, Lawrence Kingsley 
Hanger, James Howard 
McRoberts, Samuel 
Molby, Walter David 
Pearson, Andrew Cameron 
Rupert, Lynn Hoover 
Steinheimer, Mrs. Ella Jones 

(H.C.) 
Steinheimer, Herman Carl 

Rochester 

Heinselman, Robert Ellis 

Roslyn, Long Island 

Burgess, Clarence Perry 

Stapleton, Staten Island 

Freeland, Ernest Milbourne 

Syracuse 

Clark, Mrs. Dora Markham 
(H. A.) 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Cando 
Grimes, Edwin Oglesby 

OHIO 

Columbus 
Schaffner, John Henry 

Dayton 
Sowers, Don Conger 

Delaware 
Riley, Elmer Author 

Flushing 
Berry, James Halford 

Oxford 
Urner, Samuel Everett 

Wapakoneta 
Martin, William Frank 

West Mansfield 
Utter, Oliver Lincoln 



271 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



OKLAHOMA 

Bartlesville 
191 Coe, Joseph Edward 
688 Holliday, Wilbur Nickle 

Bethany 
95 Morgan, Mrs. Mattie Mallory 
Blackwell 
820 Hoover, Mrs. Verdie Noland 
(R.A.) 

Cherokee 
233 Hibbard, Mrs. Cora Cullison 

(J.S.) 
1018 Waring, Reta Hazel 

Claremore 
432 Moore, Edgar Collins 
444 Woods, Ernest Emerson 
469 Woods, Mrs. Lucile Kelly (E.E.) 

Eagle City 
899 Anderson, Jerome Louis 

Eldorado 
612 Stover, Mrs. Espar Anderson 
(B.H.) 

Guthrie 
188 Case, Harry Claude 
350 Hislop, Edward 
346 Hislop, Mrs. Viola Hankins (E.) 

Henryetta 
942 Pritchett, Gordon Stafford 

Hinton 
172 Corning, Loren Dwight 

Holdenville 
949 Snider, Weems Vinton 

Hominy 
385 Edgington, Mrs. Grace Lockhart 
(L. D.) 

Kusa 
393 Nicholson, George Albert 

McAlester 
543 Sample, Claude John 

Muskogee 
176 Harvey, Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkpat- 
rick (G.I.) 

Morris 
948 Smith, Edith Anette 

Newkirk 
840 Walter, Alva Jay 



902 
737 



504 
740 
789 

272 
223 
411 



891 



746 



931 



264 
1019 



773 



742 



598 



46 
981 
382 
583 

845 



658 



226 



50 



815 
493 



Norman 
Bass, John Harvey 
Brooks, Fowler Adelphi 

Oklahoma City 

Bowers, Melville M. 
Conger, Lauren Edward 
Conger, Mrs. Nina Bauersfeld 

(L. E.) 
Parlette, Snowden 
Roach, Isaac Franklin 
Thompson, Mrs. Edith Bowers 

(H. E.) 

Paul's Valley 
Clark, Mrs. Elsie Reed (A. E.) 

Pawhuska 
Geisen, Nora Belle 

Ryan 
Dean, Mrs. Katherine McCarter 

(J.R.) 

Sapulpa 
Collins, George Fulton 
White, Lloyd Kennedy 

Shawnee 
Smith, Margaret Agnes 

Stillwater 
Whitenton, Mrs. Nelle Crossan 
(R. O.) 

Tahlequah 
Smith, Eula Reba 

Tulsa 
Biddison, Arthur Jefferson 
Filley, Everett Roswell 
Grogan, Mrs. Clara Hatch (M.J.) 
Mason, Claude Alonzo 
Wickham, Fletcher Ryan 

Wakita 
Thomas, Dewitt Corwin 

Wann 
Ayres, Philip Sheridan 

Weatherford 
Sisson, Thomas Eddy 

OREGON 

Eugene 
Millikin, William Earl 
Winger, Roy Martin 



272 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Coquille 
525 Howard, Charles Abner 

Gaston 
960 Winger, Ralph Edgar 

Grant's Pass 
143 Hair, Mrs. Mary Murray (J. E.) 
426 Kemp, James Murray 

Lakeview 
265 Everett, Ernest Day 

Portland 
573 Green, Beryl Albert 
580 Green, Mrs. Grace Leach (B. A.) 
18 Kemp, Mrs. Jennie Murray 
(R.N.) 
256 Skinner, Jessie Amanda 

Prineville 
342 Bowman, Arthur Ray 

Salem 
122 Findley, Mrs. Anna Hair (M.C.) 

Union 
173 Cullison, Homer Edgar 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Lock Haven 
1091 Zabel, George Washington 

Philadelphia 
852 Barton, Paul 
744 Dunstan, Thomas James 
126 Hill, Edward Yates 

Pittsburgh 
166 Atherton, James Floyd 

State College 
481 Pierce, Frederick William 

Swarthmore 
209 Pearson, Mrs. Edna Wolfe 

(P. M.) 
135 Pearson, Paul Martin 

RHODE ISLAND 
Providence 
368 Thomas, George Brown 

SOUTH DAKOTA 
Britton 
16C Bunten, Jessie Muir 

Huron 
158 Myers, Homer Samuel 
263 Myers, Mrs. Eleanor Hand 
(H.S.) 



Newell 
362 Richards, David 

TEXAS 

Austin 
306 Manning, Mrs. Mabel Marvel 

(W. R.) 
271 Manning, William Ray 

Beaumont 
35 Norton, George Bancroft 

Dallas 
694 Jamieson, Hugh Victor 

Eastland 
104 McCormick, Mrs. Cora Bald- 
ridge 

Port Worth 
SG9 Horn, Cyril 

Houston Heights 
475 Keeling, Mrs. Harriet Maxwell 
(W. B.) 

McDade 
660 Wise, Cosmo Clyde 

Nursery 
565 Davies, Laura Alice 

Portland 
136 Smith, Frank Lee 

118 Smith, Mrs. Lulu Burtis (F. L.) 

Texarkana 
29 Biddison, Valeda Hull 

UTAH 

Salt Lake City 
52 Armstrong, William Wright 

119 Davies, George Ewing 

VERMONT 

Burlington 
151 Benton, Guy Potter 

W aterbury 
294 Boicourt, William Luke 

WASHINGTON 

Chelan 
602 Sutton, Arthur Taylor 



273 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



Coupeville 
548 Switzer, William Whitney 
Elma 

391 Mustard, Mrs. Florence Moore 

(W.) 

Leavenworth 
764 Osborne, John Harlan 

Monroe 
359 Neff, George Brock 
419 Neff, Mrs. Jessie Funnell (G. B.) 
1073 Randall, May 

Peshastin 

939 Osborne, Jennie Florence 

Pullman 

771 Lacey, Mrs. Feme Samuel 

(W.A.) 
699 Lacey, Wesley Anderson 

Richland 
703 Lillie, Clarence Henry 

392 Mountain, Theodore Clifton 

Seattle 
65 Randall, Edwin Mortimer 
87 Randa.l, Mrs. Jennie Sweet 
(E.M.) 

Spokane 
622 Cochran, Warren Baldwin 
86 Raines, David Winslow 

Tacoma 
114 Johnson, Mrs. Edith Rarick 
(H.H.) 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

375 Ault, James Percy 
627 Fast, Arthur Herman 
676 Power, Archie Dayton 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Morgantown 
754 Lockwood, Mary Eleanor 



WISCONSIN 

Delavan 
Reser, Lewis Grant 

Madison 
Dudgeon, Mrs. Mabel Cunning- 



244 



152 



139 



ham (M.S.) 
Dudgeon, Matthew Simpson 



Milwaukee 
230 Brumbaugh, Errol Vane 
582 Markham, Emma Ivalena 

Platteville 
289 Riley, Edgar Francis 

Stoughton 
591 Oliver, Edwin Martin 

WYOMING 

Casper 
819 Nash, Mary Eleanor 

Kearney 
551 Songer, Mrs. Mabel Winger 
(J.W.) 

Sheridan 
355 Kendall, David Ellsworth 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES 

CANADA 

Truax, Saskatchewan 
476 Mahin, Mrs. Amy Mclntire 
(CA.) 

Winnipeg 
651 Green, Mrs. Edna Pearce(W.D.) 
521 Green, William David 

CHINA 

Hinghwa, Fuhkien 
377 Brown, Cora Millicent 

Kucheng, Fuhkien 
228 Coole, Mrs. Cora Boynton(T.H.) 
232 Coole, Thomas Henry 

Nanking 
1036 Emery, Phoebe Elizabeth 
984 Gray, Cammie 
696 Kesler, Mary Grace 
661 Youtsey, Edith Rosamond 

Peking 
383 Hwang, Yung Liang 

Tsechow, Szechwan 
440 Torrey, Ray Le Valley 

CUBA 

Filton 

73 Elwell, John K. 

Mercedita, Cabanas 
769 Pyles, Miner Raymond 



274 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



HAWAII 

Honolulu 
279 Bridwell, John Colburn 

INDIA 

Allahabad 
636 Kenoyer, Mrs. Aletha Kelly 
(L. A.) 

Bijnor 
906 Calkins, Ethel Mae 

Rangoon, Burma 
466 James, Phoebe 
654 Shannon, Mary Estelle 

Calcutta 
254 Manley, D. H. 

Caivnpore 
540 Richmond, Mary Amelia 

Meerut 
369 Baker, Mrs. Ida Vanatta (J. B.) 
262 Baker, Joseph Benson 

Muzzaffarpur 
360 Perrill, Fred Maxson 

ITALY 

Rome 
652 Porter, Anna Downey 

JAPAN 

Hakozati 
728 Wagner, Dora Amelia 

Tokyo 
203 Obata, David Kyugoro 

MALAYSIA 

Penang 
576 Hibbard, Earl Randall 



614 Hibbard, Mrs. Jessie Beauchamp 
(E.R.) 

Singapore, Straits Settlement 
917 Hall, Clyde Jesse 

PERU 

Lima 
704 Loy, Netella 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

Capiz, Capiz 
601 Spiller, Arthur Garfield 

Manila 
714 Porter, Raymond Willis 
484 Ryan, Archie Lowell 
402 Ryan, Mrs. Celia Allen (L. A.) 

Surigas, Surigas 
830 Schlinger, Edwin Peter 

SOUTH AFRICA 

Inhambane 
626 Keys, Mrs. Clara Evans (P. W.) 
638 Keys, Pliny Whittier 

SOUTH AMERICA 

Santiago, Chile 
616 Braden, Charles Samuel 
644 Braden, Mrs. Grace McMurray 
(C. S.) 



. SUMATRA 

Medan 

590 Oechsli, Leonard 

449 Oechsli, Mrs. Loula Boicourt(L.) 



275 



INDEX OF THE ALUMNI OF THE COL- 
LEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 

The number before the name means the serial number in the list of 
the biographies of the Alumni. 



610 Adams, Mabel Elizabeth 

401 Adams, Nathaniel John 
261 Adell, Francis Earl 

165 Adell, Thomas Byron 

496 Allderdice, Charles Emmors 

730 Allderdice, Florence Amelia 

785 Allderdice, James Henry 

961 Allderdice, Victor John 

402 Allen, Ceiia Martha 

553 Allen, James Arthur 

445 Allen, Ora 

786 Allen, Ralph Randolph 

373 Allen, Wilbur Fiske 
149 AUn, Frank Wesley 

731 Allis, Frank Howard 

662 Allis, Orval Duane 

403 Ames, Cecil Erwin 

787 Ames, Edith Enslin 

374 Ames, Nora Dale 

611 Anderson, Agnes Anna 
1024 Anderson, Bena Alberta 

612 Anderson, Espar 

90 Anderson, James Watson D. 

899 Anderson, Jerome Louis 

247 Anderson, Joseph Lawrence 

663 Anderson, Lionel Andrias 

900 Anderson, Mary Vincent 

962 Anderson, Sarah Helen 

248 Anderson, William Gibson 

664 Annadown, Emiiy 

665 Annadown, May 

497 Apple, Spencer Butler 

554 Armstrong, Amy 

963 Armstrong, Guy Walter 

52 Armstrong, William Wright 

446 Arnold, Earl Casper 

12 Ashby, Sylvia Euarcha (Mrs.) 

340 Atherton, Gilbert Haven 

166 Atherton, James Floyd 
293 Ault, Alvin Wesley 

788 Ault, Cora Lena 

447 Ault, Harley Addison 

375 Ault, James Percy 
851 Ault, Mary Ethel 

376 Ault, Nellie May 

498 Ault, Warren Ortman 

666 Axton, Clayton Arthur 



404 Axton, Elmer David 
1025 Axton, Ray Eddly 
226 Ayres, Philip Sheridan 



555 Bacon, Thomas Clyde 
70 Bailey, Charles William 

405 Bailey, Clara Jane 

406 Bailey, Fred Mark 

407 Bailey, Henry Irwin 

667 Bailey, Herbert Augustus 

408 Bailey, William Arthur 

103 Bain, Minnie Rockwell 

901 Baird, Agnes Lenora 

964 Baird, Wilma Mildred 
262 Baker, Joseph Benson 

104 Baldridge, Cora 

33 Baldwin, Riley Thomas 

732 Barkemeyer, Henrietta 

733 Barnes, Elizabeth Catherine 

613 Barton, Lavina 

852 Barton, Paul Thomas 

341 Barton, Perle Rogers 

36 Baskerville, Emanuel James 

902 Bass, John Harvey 

789 Bauersfeld, Nina Emma 

903 Beal, Burt Oliver 

904 Beamer, David Ira 

499 Beard, Julia Mable 

556 Beard, Norton Seaman 
S53 Beard, Ruth Alma 

227 Beasley, Charlotte Emmes 

790 Beatty, Claude Samuel 

557 Beauchamp, Edward Edgerton 

614 Beauchamp, Jessie Blaine 

615 Beck, Luther Allen 

313 Bedford, Scott Elias William 

150 Bell, Thomas Moon 

314 Benedict, Isabel Emily 
117 Benedict, Mary Laurinda 

1026 Benham, Anna Ruth 

734 Benham, Jennie Garnet 

965 Benjamin, Anna Geneva 

1027 Benjamin, Opal Vern 
167 Benscoter, Frank J. 

500 Benson, Fred Bernard 

151 Benton, Guy Potter 

791 Berry, James Halford 



276 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



501 


Bert, Abraham Engle 


1031 


45 


Betts, Samuel Eason 


106 


409 


Betts, William James 


620 


558 


Betzer, Margaret 


793 


46 


Biddison, Arthur Jefferson 


738 


29 


Biddison, Valeda Hull 


509 


105 


Bissell, Emma 


118 


138 


Blakemore, Frank Pierce 


510 


792 


Blanchard, Beryl 




854 


Blanchard, Ciyde Insley 




448 


Bloom, Lynn William 




410 


Bloss, Edwin Chauncey 


343 


91 


Boaz, Luta Leonora 


906 


502 


Boicourt, George Mallalieu 


794 


449 


Boicourt, Loula 


187 


294 


Boicourt, William Luke 


970 


503 


Booth, Ida Lois 


80 


966 


Botkin, Mildred Ninde 


344 


168 


Boughton, Bessie 


907 


411 


Bowers, Edith Marian 


1032 


504 


Bowers, MelviLe 


188 


342 


Bowman, Arthur Ray 


92 


315 


Boyd, Edna Potter 


345 


228 


Boynton, Cora Shepherd (Mrs.) 


621 


559 


Boys, Frank Alonzo 


971 


616 


Braden, Charles Samuel 


231 


1028 


Braden, Clyde Owen 


263 


967 


Bradley, Aura Renfrow 


1 


450 


Brakebill, Martin Luther 


972 


47 


Breyfogle, Frank Lee 


295 


186 


Breyfogle, Grace 


316 


48 


Breyfogle, Jessie Fremont 


317 


279 


Bridwell, John Co. burn 


107 


735 


Briggs, Louise Marie 


452 


412 


Brigham, Grace 


413 


451 


Brigham, Mary 


739 


617 


Brigham, Maude 


189 


505 


Bristow, Frank Baker 


296 


58 


Bristow, Joseph Little 


562 


855 


Broadfoot, Clarence Peter 


414 


736 


Brooks, Alfred Arthur 


190 


737 


Brooks, Fowler Adelphi 


561 


619 


Brown, Albert Ernest 


13 


377 


Brown, Cora Millicent 


622 


506 


Brown, Ellis Stewart 


973 


507 


Brown, Elmer LeGrand 


191 


618 


Brown, Elmer Leonard 


857 


508 


Brown, Frank Arthur 


795 


560 


Brown, George Edward 


908 


968 


Brown, James Lester 


318 


969 


Brown, Margaret Lura 


796 


1029 


Brown, Mary Fay 


974 


668 


Brown, Oliver William 


249 


229 


Brown, William Addison 


264 


26 


Browning, George Whitfield 


71 


1030 


Brownrigg, Mary Elizabeth 


797 


230 


Brumbaugh, Errol Vane 


170 


856 


Brumbaugh, Mary Elizabeth 


909 


169 


Brummitt, Dan Brearley 


740 


905 


Brune, Benjamin Jacob 


511 



Brune, Ruth Esther 
Buckner, Nell 
Bukey, Ruth Estella 
Burgess, Clarence Perry 
Burket, Walter C. 
Burnham, DeKalb 
Burtis, Lu'u Anna 
Burton, Bernice 



Calkins, Claude Allen 
Calkins, Ethel Mae 
Call, Troy Benjamin 
Campbell, Elinor Marguerite 
Campbell, Howard Karl 
Campbe.l, Philip Pitt 
Carmean, Kathryn Myrtle 
Carpenter, Ina Fay 
Carson, George William 
Case, Harry Claude 
Case, Lydia Blanche 
Case, Walter Hodgin 
Catlin, Arthur Dan 
Catlin, Lawrence J. 
Cavaness, Ethel 
Cavaness, Herbert 
Cavaness, James Mulloy 
Caywood, Stanley William 
Ce.l, George Croft 
Chaffee, I\eh Edith 
Chambers, Benjamin Franklin 
Chandler, Thomas Eldridge 
Chrisman, Dorothy 
Church, Anna Marie 
Clark, Anna 
Clark, Charles Fletcher 
Clark, Ella Cornelia 
Clark, Lei. a Edna 
Clark, Luella Edith 
Clark, William Melvin 
Clarke, Alice May 
Clough, Mary Lucinda 
Cochran, Warren Baldwin 
Coe, Clara Annis 
Coe, Joseph Edward 
Coffin, Ida Lenora 
Coffman, Blanche Etta 
Coffman, WUiam Hurst 
Coker, Frances Emma 
Coldsmith, Charles Irwin 
Coleman, Harry Archer 
Coleman, Rolla Wood 
Collins, George Fulton 
Colt, Don Snell 
Combs, Lester Martin 
Cone, Lizzie Belle 
Congdon, Mary Artemisia 
Conger, Lauren Edward 
Cook, Anna Mary 



277 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



171 Cook, George Fox 

232 Coole, Thomas Henry 

669 Cooper, Francis LeRoy 

108 Corlett, Alexander Hampton 

172 Corning, Loren Dwight 

858 Coughlin, Ernest Mitchem 

670 Counts, Florella Tucker 

741 Counts, George Sylvester 
512 Covalt, Maud Agnes 

453 Cox, Gilbert Stevens 

671 Cox, Harvey LeRoy 
910 Crain, Orville Edward 
975 Crawford, Earl Morton 

454 Cramer, 01 a Winifred 
563 Creager, Florence Isabell 

859 Crocker, Grace Eliza 

742 Crossan, Nelle 

860 Crossan, Wilma 

20 Crysler, Charles Gilbert 

672 Crysler, Myrnice Marcia 

233 Cullison, Cora Loue la 

173 Cullison, Homer Edgar 

673 Cundiff, Gertrude Annetta 

674 Cundiff, Pearl 

675 Cundiff, Ruby Ethel 
152 Cunningham, Mabel 

109 Cunningham, Maud 

455 Cutler, Lyle Charles 



564 Daily, Benjamin William 
8 Dal as, Mary Cordelia 

210 Dalton, Charles Benjamin 

513 Daniels, Edward Marion 

911 Darby, Eunice Helen 

977 Daum, Myrtle Eva^ 

119 Davies, George Ewing 

565 Davies, Laura Alice 

120 Davis, Henry Thomas 
976 Davison, Wilbur Sumner 

912 Dawson, Margaret Ethel 

861 Dean, Elsie 
676 Dean, Faith 

297 Deel, Mary Daisy 

298 Deel, Samuel Asher 

1033 DeLashmutt, Walter Frank 
798 De, linger, Rudolph Corley 

4 Deming, Charles Gaylord 

415 Denious, Jessie Carl 

250 Denious, Wilbur Franklin 

1034 Denison, Neva Bertrice 

862 Denlinger, Floyd 

1035 Denlinger, Myrtle Etna 
623 Denman, Jessie Louise 

566 Denman, Minnie Kline 

567 Dennie, Charles Clayton 

251 Denning, Ilia Madge 

568 Dershem, Elsie 

978 Devore, Rollin Earl 



319 Dice, Barbara Jane 

979 Dimmock, Neta Anthelia 

677 Ditzler, Luther Herbert 

624 Ditzler, Mable Sheldon 

514 Dixon, Florence May 

743 Dixon, Ina Lucile 

625 Dobbs, Louis Bennett 

678 Dougherty, Ethel 
456 Douglas, Eart 

799 Drown, Clarence Carlyle 

110 Dudgeon, Edith 

139 Dudgeon, Matthew Simpson 

744 Dunstan, Thomas James 

515 Durham, Edward Alvah 



416 Ebright, Alpha Mills 

280 Ebright, Homer Kingsley 

211 Edwards, Isaac Franklin 

679 Edwards, Jessie Marguerite 
516 Edwards, Wilma Moore 

680 Einsel, Flora Mabel 

800 Ellenberger, Rush Walter 

72 Elliott, Nellie Frances 
457 Elwell, Florence Ora 
378 Elwell, Hattie Esther 

73 Elwell, John K. 

1036 Emery, Phoebe Elizabeth 
59 Emick, Cora 

569 Emory, Bertha Elvalyn 

74 Engstrom, May 

1037 Ernst, Ruth Adeline 
626 Evans, C ara May 
301 Evans, Mabel B. 
802 Evans, Nellie Burns 
745 Evans, Nicholas Bebee 

1038 Evans, Paul Lawrence 
980 Evans, Thomas Alexander 
913 Evans, William Robert 
265 Everett, Ernest Day 

111 Ewing, Laura L. 



417 Falkenrich, Wilmer 

803 Farrar, Georgia 

192 Farrar, Haddon Spurgeon 
570 Farrar, Henry Horatio 

627 Fast, Arthur Herman 

914 Fast, Beatrice Verinda 
517 Feely, Mabel Grace 

804 Feerer, Mene Bernice 
863 Fike, Tobias Traugott 

981 Filley, Everett Roswell 
458 Fischer, Nannie Louise 

628 Fisher, Anna Pearl 

1039 Fitzgerald, Grace Margaret 

193 Fogle, Arza Bracken 

982 Foiles, Earl Raymond 

915 Foiles, Esther Whitwam (Mrs.) 



278 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



252 Follin, Aura Marguerite 

320 Follin, Emma A. ice 

571 Foster, Everett Kin 

93 Foster, Henry Bowman 

1040 Foster, True Earl 

983 Frazier, John Thomas 

518 Frazier, Josephine Florence 

519 Frazier, Junia Sarah 

459 Freark, Sarah Winona 

418 Freed, Esther 

299 Freeland, Ernest Milbourne 

460 Freeland, Hallie 

379 French, Emma Belle 

629 French, Merton Clyde 

281 French, Walter Lyman 

21 French, Wil iam Alonzo 

419 Funnell, Jessie Edith 



266 Games, Frank Watson 

121 Games, John Ira 

174 Games, Minnie Jane 

175 Games, William Moses 

461 Gander, Edna Elizabeth 

380 Gander, Gilbert Munser 

520 Gardner, Hattie May 

462 Gardner, Minnie 

916 Garrettson, George Garfield 

81 Gault, Charles Edwin 

681 Geary, Riley White 
746 Geisen, Nora Belle 

381 Geyer, Francis Lender 

572 Gibbon, Wil.iam Outhwaite 
805 Gilbert, Effie Belle 

267 Gill, Helen Gertrude 
630 Gilman, Bessie 

1041 Glasier, Ruth Henrietta 

1042 Glasier, Walter John C. 
153 Goodale, George William 
282 Gordon, Harry A. 

1043 Gordon, Roy Ernest 

463 Goud, Mary Evelyn 

75 Graham, Theodore Finlty 

984 Gray, Cammie 

573 Green, Beryl Albert 

420 Green, Snowden Raymond 

521 Green, William David 

682 Green, Zula Elba 

234 Grimes, Edwin Oglesby 

574 Grover, Charles Clifford 
30 Gullette, Charles Wesley 

1044 Gunsau.lus, Burr 

H 

683 Haigh, Alice Lila 

1045 Haines, Mary Josephine 

122 Hair, Anna May 

123 Hale, William Bayard 

464 Hall, Charles Albert 



917 
2 
684 
575 
235 

17 
236 
268 
685 
300 
346 
1046 
1047 
347 
154 
124 
1048 
864 
194 
125 
195 
155 
806 
382 
985 
918 
919 
1049 
865 
986 
348 
920 
686 
631 
522 
987 
1050 
237 
523 
421 
422 
269 

9 
238 
988 
921 
989 
687 
807 
349 
922 
423 
576 
990 
60 
126 
632 
37 
350 



Hall, Clyde Jesse 
Hall, James Crooks 
Ha 1, Lawrence Kingsley 
Hamilton, Mary Emma 
Hammond, Hezekiah Borders 
Hancock, John Allan 
Hand, Mary Eleanor 
Handley, Mary Virginia 
Hanger, James Howard 
Hankins, Frank Hamilton 
Hankins, Viola May 
Hann, Dorothy Elizabeth 
Hann, Jennie Foster 
Harpster, Clair Aigler 
Harpster, Harvard Oliver 
Harpster, Samuel Oscar 
Harris, Evalena 
Harris, Lila Eizada 
Hartley, Forrest Madison 
Haskin, Diana Jan 2 
Haskin, Elkanah Harley 
Haskin, Samuel Brush 
Hassler, Ira Miller 
Hatch, Clara Margaret 
Hatch, Ruth Irene 
Hausam, Grace Kline (Mrs.) 
Hausam, Wiley Conrad 
Havighurst, Freeman Carroll 
Haxton, Etta Hal ie 
Haxton, Nell Mae 
Hayes, Robert Benjamin 
Hazen, Gertrude Theoren 
Hazen, Willard Glass 
Hazzard, Russie LaClede 
Heaton, Foster Merrill 
Heaton, John Wesley 
Hedge, Gertrude Elizabeth 
Hedges, Frank Percy 
Heffelfinger, John Edgar Byers 
Heinselman, Jennie Alice 
Heinse man, Robert Ellis 
Helmick, Milton Parks 
Henderson, Mary C. 
Henderson, Rachel Harriet 
Henney, Esther Matilda 
Henney, Frank LeRoy 
Henry, Albert Edwin 
Henry, Lena Elizabeth 
Henry, Nora Wilma 
Hepworth, Clair H. 
Hertzog, William Henry 
Hestwood, Ottis Clyde 
Hibbard, Earl Randall 
Highbaugh, Irma 
Hi.l, Charles Miletus 
Hill, Edward Yates 
Hillis, Franklin Pierce 
Himrod, Ella 
Hislop, Edward 



279 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



866 Hitchcock, Mabel May 

524 Hoch, Anna 
321 Hoch, Homer 

867 Hoch, Wallis 

991 Holland, Margaret Catherine 

688 Holiday, Wilbur Nickle 

1051 Hollis, Faye Pearl 

156 Holtz, William LeRoy 

992 Honnell, Grace LaDora 
112 Hoover, Carrie Mae 

76 Hoover, Harmon Jacob 

868 Hoover, Maurine 

808 Hopper, Earl Brady 

869 Horn, Cyril 

196 Houghtelin, David McMillan 

525 Howard, Char.es Abner 
127 Howell, William Henry 
633 Hudgens, Vernon Grant 

1052 Hudson, Florence 

465 Hudson, William Marion 

351 Huff, Milton Eugene 

352 Hull, Ward Wesley 

424 Hulse, Delbert Trigg 

747 Hume, Mary Emma Dorsey 

689 Hume, Pearl Eve.yn 
301 Humphrey, Harry Gara 

38 Humphrey, Jessie May 

283 Hunsicker, Lillian May 

34 Hurt, Jefferson James 

383 Hwang, Yung Liang 

I 

809 Icke, Lewis Roland 

425 Imboden, Blanche Seabrook 
577 Imboden, Hortense 

923 Imboden, Mildred 

870 Imboden, Ruth 

526 Inman, James Henr^ 

690 Irwin, Grace Mabel 

691 Irwin, Ralph James 

197 Ives, Mary Sophia 
140 Ives, Sarah Verrinder 



578 Jackson, Edna Gertrude 

692 Jaggard, Annie 

693 Jaggard, Emma 
466 James, Phoebe 

694 Jamieson, Hugh Victor 
1053 Jewell, LeRoy 

748 Jillson, James Ralph 

353 Johnson, Harry Lee 

924 Johnson, Inez Clara 

695 Johnston, Ambrose M. 

925 Johnston, Bess J. 
527 Johnston, Janie 

634 Johnston, 1 nomas Todd 

322 Johnston, William Walter 

15 Jones, Clinton Kelley 

871 Jones, Ella Frances 



61 Jones, Hugh Andrew 

635 Jones, Lester Martin 

354 Joseph, Louvenia Madeline 
467 Justis, Guy Tracy 

K 

469 Kalb, Charles Abraham 

1054 Kaub, Louis Harrison 
579 Keast, William Paul 

302 Keeling, Anna Livingstone 

303 Keeling, WiUam Butler 

636 Kelly, Aletha Sarah 
926 Kelly, Beulah Catherine 

469 Kelly, Lucile 

304 Kemp, Harriet 

426 Kemp, James Murray 

355 Kendall, David El.sworth 

637 Kendall, Edwin Pomeroy 

810 Kennedy, Mary Hazel 

811 Keohane, Heien Marie 

239 Kershner, Ida Laura 

240 Kershner, Jennie May 

696 Kesler, Mary Grace 

62 Kester, Reese Bowman 
77 Key, Nellie Garrett 

638 Keys, Pliny Whittier 
212 Kidder, Marion Ethel 
528 Kilborn, Maud 

384 Kile, John Haig'er 

284 King, Charles Latimer 
253 King, George Edward 

241 King, Harry Andrews 

323 King, Sarah Florence 

749 Kinzer, Beulah Louise 

470 Kinzer, Classie Pearl 

471 Kinzer, Helen 

1055 Kirby, John Richard 

324 Kirk, Albert Emmanuel 

176 Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth James 

812 Kirkpatrick, Hazel Eva 

639 Kiser, Stephen Lott 

640 Klamm, Lena Elizabeth 

750 K.ine, Minnie 

94 Knake, George B. C. 

285 Knepp, Earl Hamline 

427 Knepp, Edsall Bowman 
157 Knepp, Palmer Bangs 

82 Knight, Susie Nellie 
53 Knipe, George Denison 
16 Knox, Janette Hill (Mrs.) 

10 Knox, Martin Van Buren 

993 Konantz, Charles Harold 

872 Konantz, Gladys 

1056 Kraft, Flora 

1057 Kreek, Olive 

325 Kuhn, Gyde Leslie 

286 Kuhn, Leona Grace 

697 Kumler, Grace Ella 
927 Kurtz, Ruth Edna 



280 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



751 LaBrant, Lulu Levanche 

873 LaBrant, Wagner Merrill 

698 Lacey, Beulah Feme 

699 Lacey, Wesley Anderson 
242 Lane, Edith Marguerite 

874 Lange, Vera Irene 

1058 Lankard, Frank Glenn 

1059 Larmer, Forrest Mabry 

928 Larner, Ella Frances 

472 Lathen, Pearl Carolyn 

1060 Lauer, Mamie Kathelene 
813 Laury, Charles McCray 

700 Laury, Clara Olivia 

929 Laury, John Wesley 

701 Laury, William Godfrey 

702 Leach, Alfred Edgar 

580 Leach, Grace Margaret 

1061 Leach, Marian Tate 

529 Leasure, William Chester 

752 Lee, Walter Alvin 

63 Leib, Thomas Douglas 
428 Lentz, David Scott 

83 Leonard, Maud 

581 Lewis, Fred B. 

641 Lewis, Walter Albert 

703 LiLie, Clarence Henry 

994 Linscott, Orena Josephine 

1062 Lisherness, Gladys Marie 

875 Liston, Emil Smith 

753 Liston, Virdon Milne 

876 Livingood, Aldo Morton 

877 Livingood, Harry Harrison 

473 Locke, Rachel 

385 Lockhart, Grace Isabel 

128 Lockwood, Anson Ovid 

141 Lockwood, Francis Cummins 

754 Lockwood, Mary Eleanor 

755 Lockwood, Myra Amanda 

995 Lockwood, Ruth Mae 

530 Lodge, William Horace 

64 Long, Henry C. 

756 Long, William Elvin 
305 Loofbourrow, David B. 
326 Loofbourrow, Robert 

642 Loomis, Arthur Kirkwood 

474 Lough, John Edward 

757 Lough, Muriel 

84 Lough, Samuel Alexander 
22 Lovejoy, Irving Roscoe 

704 Loy, Netella 

54 Lumpkin, Albert M. 

270 Lunbeck, George Albert 

878 Lynch, Lucille Anna 



M 



386 Maclean, Angus MacGregor 

387 Mahar, Harriet Adelle 



1063 Majors, Hurst 

930 Malin, James Claude 

531 Mall, Arthur Garfield 

130 Mallory, Harriet 

213 Mallory, James Edward 
95 Mallory, Mattie Maranda 

254 Manley, D. H. 

271 Manning, William Ray 

214 Markham, Dora Clementine 

582 Markham, Emma Ivalena 

198 Markham, Lewis Merrill 

131 Markham, William Colfax 

758 Martin, Bertha May 

643 Martin, Harry Oscar 

879 Martin, Henry Sleeper 

880 Martin, Theodore Columbus 

215 Martin, William Frank 

199 Marvel, Esther Almira 
177 Marvel, George Anthus 
243 Marvel, Harriet Newell 

306 Marvel, Mabel 

583 Mason, Claude Alonzo 

881 Mason, Ruby Mae 

705 Massey, Mary Ellen 

475 Maxwell, Harriet Gertrude 

931 McCarter, Katherine Davis 

932 McCarty, Grace 

388 McCaughey, Ethel Grace 

429 McClure, Nellie 

430 McConnell, Lena Adelle 

532 McConnell, Margaret 

1065 McCulloch, Roy Stewart 

759 McCulloh, Otho John 

1064 McCullough, Clarence Avery 
327 McCurdy, Pearl 

307 McDaniel, Ida 

533 McDaniel, Stella 
814 McHenry, Floy 

706 Mcllrath, Ralph 

882 Mcllrath, Wallace 

476 Mclntire, Amy Irene 

584 McKemmy, Grace Alice 

585 McKibbin, Harold Benedict 
996 McMillan, Vernon Ream 

644 McMurray, Grace Eleanore 
31 McNabb, Robert Leroy 

287 McProud, Bertram Everett 

356 McProud, Oscar Ulysses 

129 McRoberts, Samuel 

645 McWilliams, Robert Hugh 

308 McWilliams, Ulysses Sherman 

1066 Melton, Emma 

883 Merry, Paul Horace 

933 Merryfield, Una L. 

534 Merryman, Mabel 

200 Messinger, Willis Oscar 

646 Mey*«-° Elsie Mae 

586 Michaeis, nthel 

884 Michaels, Hazel Mae 



281 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



707 Miles, Chester Arthur 

934 Milham, Chester Richard 

760 Milham, Mary Edith 

647 Miller, Edward Franklin 

201 Miller, Edwin Merrick 

357 Miller, Henry Blackburn 
96 Mil.er, Julia Desonge 

142 Miller, William Linza 

708 Milliken, Ben Scudder 

815 Millikin, William Earl 
309 Mills, Blanche Ethel 

389 Mills, Roy Fallas 

55 Mitchem, Rosella DeMotte 

587 Mitchner, Bert Early 

390 Molby, Fred A. 

816 Molby, Lora Effie 

648 Molby, Walter David 

216 Molesworth, Masenos Reed 

431 Monahan, Elmer Perry 

997 Monninger, Victor Clinton 

588 Montgomery, Elmer Clyde 
78 Moore, Charles Edgar 

432 Moore, Edgar CoLins 

817 Moore, Edith L. 
1067 Moore, Eunice Ann 

391 Moore, Florence Lulu 
885 Moore, Horace Wood 

535 Moore, Jesse Howard 

709 Moorehead, Winifred Sarah 

935 Morcom, Thomas 

433 Morgan, Marshall Morton 

761 Morris, George Warren 

936 Morris, Hazah M. 

217 Motter, Birdean Ida 

202 Motter, Maie 

178 Motter, Thomas Ira 

392 Mountain, Theodore Clifton 
328 Mower, Ora Fleming 

710 Mueller, Clive Paul 

937 Mueller, Henry Rollo 

762 Mueller, Vernette A. 

179 Muesse, Henry Lionel 

763 Mulsow, Fred William 

358 Murphy, Mary Kibben 
18 Murray, Jennie 

143 Murray, Mary 
132 Murray, Pearl 

288 Myers, Albert Perley 

818 Myers, Ethel 

158 Myers, Homer Samuel 

998 Myler, Emberson William 

N 

819 Nash, Mary Eleanor 

589 Nattier, Ada 

536 Nattier, Albert Arthur 

999 Neal, Freda Lois 

359 Neff, George Brock 

711 Nelson, William Edwin 
477 Newhouse, Frank Ivan 



393 Nicholson, George Albert 

144 Nicholson, Kate Lorcetta 

649 Nicholson, Laura Viola 

478 Nicholson, Vernon Thomas 

820 Noland, Verdie 

35 Norton, George Bancroft 

133 Nuzman, Elsie 



203 Obata, David Kyugoro 

938 Ocker, Verna Glenella 
479 Odom, Clyde Winfield 
394 Odom, John Franklin 

590 Oechsli, Leonard 

591 Oliver, Edward Martin 

821 Oman, Iva Dora 

822 O'Niel, B'anche Vera 
145 O'Neil, Frank Edward 
650 O'Neil, Ralph Thomas 

939 Osborn, Jennie Florence 
764 Osborn, John Harlan 

940 Osenbaugh, Elizabeth Maye 
1000 Osterhout, Fred W. 



218 Paddleford, Eli Merton 

886 Parker, Earl Cephus 
272 Parlette, Snowden 

592 Parmenter, Helen Ruby 

593 Parmenter, Lucile WiLiams 

887 Parrott, Thomas Henry 

134 Parsons, William 
310 Patton, Morris 

395 Paynter, Hallie Davis 

1068 Payton, Vera Vivian 

651 Pearce, Edna Belle 

204 Pearson, Andrew Cameron 

135 Pearson, Paul Martin 
434 Peck, Urana Gleneva 

219 Pendleton, Edward Thomas 

1069 Penley, Charles Willard 

712 Pennock, Delia Breyfogle 

713 Pennock, Florence Elanor 

1070 Pennock, Lois Cecelia 
360 Perrill, Fred Maxson 

480 Peter, Charles Frederick 

888 Peters, William Esco 
85 Pierce, Eva May 

481 Pierce, Frederick Williams 

765 Pilkington, May 

23 Plasket, Emma Edith 

329 Plumb, Harvey Claud 

652 Porter, Anna Downey 

766 Porter, Helen Fredericka 
823 Porter, John Emmett 

714 Porter, Raymond Willis 

715 Pottorf, Sadie Vesta 
113 Powell, Benson Mahlon 

1071 Powell, Loretta Margaret 
527 Powell, Vesta 



282 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



767 Power, Archie Dayton 

768 Power, Bertha Eunice 

538 Power, Elsie May 

941 Preshaw, Karl 

594 Preston, Ernest William 

1072 Preston, Roy Franklin 

716 Price, Fred Allen 

1001 Price, Helen Elizabeth 
146 Price, James Marion 

27 Price, John Henry 

220 Price, Ralph Ray 

717 Price, Ruth Osborne 

942 Pritchett, Gordon Stafford 

97 Pyke, John William Hull 

769 Pyles, Miner Raymond 

Q 

56 Quayle, William Alfred 

221 Ragle, Nathan Shumate 
86 Raines, David Winslow 

65 Randall, Edwin Mortimer 

1073 Randall, May 

1002 Randall, Wayne Pearson 

889 Ransom, Raymond Gordon 

718 Rapp, Ella May 

159 Rapp, Hattie A. 

943 Rapp, John Merrill 

114 Rarick, Edith Hoylton 

824 Ray, Benjamin Franklin 

825 Ray, Minnie Walker (Mrs.) 

115 Reace, William 

595 Ream, Florence Blanche 

66 Records, Moses T. 

890 Redman, Earl Burgess 

891 Reed, Elsie Gertrude 

98 Reed, Georgiana 

180 Reed, James William 

222 Reed, Julian Bronson 

116 Reeder, Charles Ward 

596 Reid, Alice Catherine 

361 Reid, James Winfred 

539 Reppert, Roy Ralph 

770 Reppert, Vernon Milton 
482 Reser, Leroy Trophimus 
244 Reser, Lewis Grant 

330 Rhoades, Fred Hooper 

719 Rhodenbaugh, William Sheldon 

160 Rice, Merton Stacher 

1003 Rice, Willa Ruth 

362 Richards, David 

1004 Richards, William Alfred 

540 Richmond, Mary Amelia 

944 Richmond, Margaret Oden 

1074 Rigby, Harry 

1075 Rigg, Melvin Gillison 

289 Riley, Edgar Francis 
435 Riley, Elmer Author 

597 Riley, Ivy Williams 

290 Ri 1 ey, Thomas James 
311 Ringer, Arthur 



363 Ringer, Elmer Clifford 
223 Roach, Isaac Franklin 

49 Robbins, Bascom 

245 Robbins, Kirk Waldo 

14 Roberts, Charles Wesley 

364 Roberts, John Wilkins 

720 Roberts, Newton William 

945 Robinson, Bruce Bowman 

57 Robinson, Charles Rutherford 

6 Robinson, John W. 

396 Romano, Ernest C. 

1005 Roseberry, Anna Ruth 

541 Roseberry, Clyde Gideon 

483 Roseberry, Mary Bruce 

826 Ross, Mary Howell 

946 Rowland, Ruth 

827 Rube, Delia 

653 Rudisill, Theodore Franklin 

1006 Ruhlen, Charles Lester 

1007 Ruhlen, Edna Alvida 

365 Rulison, George Ledrew 

721 Runion, Harris Ray 
1076 Rupert, Lynn Hoover 

542 Russell, Violet Oretha 

947 Rust, Ralph Guy 

484 Ryan, Archie Lowell 

722 Ryan, Francis Winton 



255 Sain, Lydia 

543 Sample, Claude John 

828 Sample, Hazel Frances 
331 Sample, Orlando Lora 
723 Sample, Walton Carr 

771 Samuel, Ferae Lucile 

892 Scalapino, Anthony 
161 Schaffner, John Henry 

893 Scheer, George Edman 

544 Schenck, Gertrude 

829 Scherer, Lewis Daniel 

830 Schlinger, Edwin Peter 
485 Scholfield, John Prentice 
181 Scott, Lilian 

5 Seabrook, Thomas 

205 Seaman, Floyd Jay 

654 Shannon, Mary Estelle 
436 Shepherd, Homer Paul 
291 Showalter, Cora May 

894 Showalter, Mary Atwell 

772 Siegle, Scott C. 

1008 Siegrist, Frank Bowman 
67 Siegrist, Henry Snavely 
39 Simmons, John Stuart 

655 Simmons, Kenneth Kipple 
7 Simpson, Robert Stuart 

224 Simpson, Roberta Alexandria 

545 Simpson, Vera Pearl 

656 Sisson, BonnideH 

50 Sisson, Thomas Eddy 

1009 Sites, Mary Edith 



283 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



256 Skinner, Jessie Amanda 

1077 Slough, Glen Samuel 

1078 Slough, Lydia Katherine 

332 Smith, Alonzo Martin 
68 Smith, Bertha Victory 
24 Smith, Charles Wesley 

948 Smith, Edith Annette 

598 Smith, Eula Reba 
136 Smith, Frank Lee 

724 Smith, Helen Elizabeth 

599 Smith, Hervey Foster 

162 Smith, James D. 

1010 Smith, Jessie Dorothy 

99 Smith, J. Franklin 

333 Smith, Levi Brown 

773 Smith, Margaret Agnes 

1011 Smith, Mary Price 

600 Smith, Oma Leila 

1079 Smith, Otis Franklin 

163 Smith, Ray Fletcher 

1012 Smith, Theodore Garland 

949 Snider, Weems Vinton 
40 Snow, Florence Lydia 

397 Sowers, Don Conger 

546 Sowers, Lusetta 

830 Sowers, Ruth Electa 

832 Spangler, Clyde DeWitt 

164 Spencer, Edward Harris 

601 Spiller, Arthur Garfield 

895 Stafford, Edith May 

774 Stafford, Gerald Wright 

950 Stafford, Roy R. 

547 Stanley, Harriet Eugenia 
366 Stanley, Harry Wylbur 
206 Stavely, James Alexander 
246 Steele, Nettie 

896 Steinheimer, Herman Carl 

1013 Steinheimer, Roy Lee 

725 Stenger, Mable 

833 Stephens, Ethel 

273 Stephens, George Asbury 

1080 Stephenson, Clarissa 

486 Sterling, Harriet Katherine 

951 Stevens, Clifford Clyde 

897 Stevenson, Lula Belle 
657 Stevenson, Mabel Blanche 

834 Stewart, Albert Christopher 
437 Stewart, Clarence Churchill 

487 Stewart, Dossie May 

952 Stewart, Elvie Nathan 

835 Stewart, Frances Jane 

953 Stewart, Ina Geraldine 
32 Stewart, John Wesley 

836 Stewart, Margaret 

182 Stewart, Olive Maude 

274 Stewart, Thomas Pettigrew 

257 Stickle, Merton Jay 

100 Stillwell, Clara 

183 Stimmel, Irwin 

258 Stoelzing, Louise Frederica 



954 Stokes, Bertha Joy 
79 Stover, Arthur Reece 

367 Study, Harry Pray 

41 Sullivan, Emma 

42 Sullivan, Sade 

602 Sutton, Arthur Taylor 

955 Sutton, Fred Calvin 
275 Swan, Zola Estelle 
101 Swan, William Brown 
726 Swayze, Lottie Lazette 

87 Sweet, Jennie May 

137 Swickard, Nathan Abijah 

548 Switzer, William Whitney 

1014 Swogger, Leo Glenn 

88 Sykes, Ernest Eugene 



259 Taggart, Dora Belle 

207 Taylor, Charles Thomas 
69 Taylor, Ida M. 

208 Taylor, Joseph Luther 

1081 Taylor, Ralph O. 

837 Taylor, William Alfred 

43 Telford, Eliza Armstrong 

51 Thew, William Arthur 

658 Thomas, DeWitt Corwin 

603 Thomas, Ethel Estella 
368 Thomas, George Brown 

1015 Thomas, Ruth Edith 

604 Thompson, Alma M. 

1082 Thompson, Arthur LeRoy 

438 Thompson, Gordon Bennett 

775 Thompson, William Rodney 

439 Thorne, Ethelyn Genevieve 
19 Thorpe, Ervin Llewellyn 

776 Tidyman, Willard F. 

605 Tiffany, Erwin Milton 
398 Todd, Anna Rita 

606 Topping, June 

440 Torrey, Ray LeValley 

1083 Treganza, James Robert 

441 Trotter, Lee 

777 Troutman, Nellie Edith 

1016 Tufts, Gladys Ruth 
727 Tuller, Harriet May 

488 Tulley, Mary Ellen 

312 Turner, Charles Frederick 

U 

225 Underwood, Katherine 

147 Underwood, Marcia Agnes 

956 Urner, David Elhanan 

489 Urner, Samuel Everett 
184 Utter, Oliver Lincoln 



369 Vanatta, Ida Beatrice 
838 VanBuskirk, George Bennett 
89 VanGundy, David Sherman 



284 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



490 VanPetten, Mary Eva 

549 Van Vickie, Harriet Anna 

778 Vernon, Bertha Carrie 

957 Vernon, Chester Benson 

779 Vigour, Harry Thomas 

839 Voorhis, Elizabeth 

W 

728 Wagner, Dora Amelia 

260 Wakefield, Ralph 

276 Walker, Myrtle Pearl 

491 Wa ker, Walter Clarence 

334 Wallace, John William 

840 Walter, Alva Jay 

370 Walter, Lawrence Ferguson 

492 Ward, William Ralph 

1084 Warden, Madeline Helen 

1017 Ware, Charles Wilson 

841 Waring, Leonard Frank 

1018 Waring, Reta Hazel 

958 Waring, Walter Wray 

550 Warner, Elsie Alice 

1085 Warner, Troy Sanders 

442 Watson, Joseph Emerson 
292 Watt, Bertha Ethel 

335 Watt, Bessie 

277 Watt, Grace Leona 
11 Weeks, Lyman Parks 

842 Weible, Merle Hazzard 

1086 Weide, Minnie Marie 
25 Wenrick, Solomon K. 

371 Wharton, Edna Mabel 

336 Wharton, Walter Pellman 

843 Wheeler, Charles Wesley 

780 White, George Roy 

443 White, Lilla May 

1019 White, Lloyd Kennedy 

781 Whitlow, Cyril Melvin 

844 Whitnah, Dale Beatrice 

845 Wickham, Fletcher Ryan 

1020 Wickstrom, Jeanette 
607 Widney, Mary Alice 

782 Wight, Alvin Silas 

783 Wilcox, Rena Adeline 

1021 Wiles, Everett Raymond 
729 Wiley, Grace Gertrude 



399 Wilkins, Walter Norman 

846 Willett, Sarah Ethel 

847 Willett, Zella Pearl 
148 Willetts, N. Percy 

3 Willey, Olive Kezia 

784 Willgus, Glenn Austin 

1022 Williams, Coralie Roxetta 

608 Wrliams, William John 

848 Wilson, Alma Lavena 

959 Wilson, Helen 

28 Wilson, Jared Morgan 

609 Wilson, Lela Claire 

1087 Wilson, Murray Alderson 

1088 Wilson, Wenona 

659 Wiltrout, Romania Rae 

551 Winger, Mabel Edna 

960 Winger, Ralph Edgar 

493 Winger, Roy Martin 

660 Wise, Cosmo Clyde 
898 Wise, Harry Steckel 

337 Wolf, Frank Ezra 
209 Wolfe, Edna Rachel 

849 Wood, Ernest Virgil 

1023 Wood, Fayette Julius 

850 Wood, Frank Edwin 
372 Wood, William Arthur 
444 Woods, Ernest Emerson 

338 Woods, Jennie Lura 

400 Woods, Ola Adele 

102 Woodson, Charles Kay 

494 Woodyard, Charles Fisher 
278 Woodyard, Ella 

495 Work, Ethel May 

185 Wren, Henry Bertrand 

1089 Wright, Elbert Sanford 

1090 Wright, Herbert 

X-Y 

44 York, William Thomas 

552 Young, Bernard Foxwell 

661 Youtsey, Edith Rosamond 



1091 Zabel, George Washington 
339 Zook, Christian Benjamin 



285 



INDEX OF THE ALUMNI OF THE 
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 

The number before the name means the serial number in the list of the biogra- 
phies of the Alumni 



2C Amos, Nettie Irene 17C 

6C Bideau, Edith Mae 12C 

8C Brigham, Mary 20C 

18C Brown, Leland Legler IOC 

15C Brune, Benjamin Jacob lC 

16C Bunten, Jessie Muir llC 

19C Carson, George William 21C 

9C Cox, Ernest Lincoln 14C 

3C Crowley, Fleta Edith 7C 

13C Dougherty, Gladys Mercia 5C 

4C Foster, Everett Kin 



Haigh, Elsie May 
Hannum, Berna Josephine 
Hoffman, Georgia Esther 
Hoover, Fern Lucile 
Jamieson, Rhoda 
Kregar, Siddie Ethel 
Martin, Esther 
McMillan, Helen Kitlena 
Porter, Raymond Willis 
Smith, Eula Reba 



FINDING LIST OF MARRIED WOMEN 
ALUMNI OF THE COLLEGE AND 
THE CONSERVATORY 



Un- 



Mrs. Katherine 
(W. G.) 
Mrs. Leila Clark 



319 Adams, Mrs. Barbara Dice ( NJ. ) 
940 Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Osen- 

baugh (G. C.) 
133 Allen, Mrs. Elsie Nuzman (HJ.) 
673 Allis, Mrs. Gertrude Cundiff 

(O.D.) 
697 Anderson, Mrs. Grace Kumler 

(M.) 
225 Anderson, 

derwood 
562 Annadown, 

(P.) 
12 Ashby, Mrs. Sylvia D. (T.V.) 
405 Axton, Mrs. Clara Bailey (E.D.) 

B 

388 Bailey, Mrs. Ethel McCaughey 

(F. M.) 
593 Bacon, Mrs. Alice Reid (T.C.) 
766 Baker, Mrs. Helen Porter (R.A.) 
:J69 Baker, Mrs. Ida Vanatta (J.B.) 
604 Bascom, Mrs. Alma Thompson 

(D.C.) 
657 Battin, Mrs. Mabel Stevenson 

(G.E.) 
878 Beck, Mrs. Lucille Lynch (L.A.) 
589 Bert, Mrs. Ada Nattier (A.E.) 



144 Blackmar, Mrs. Kate Nicholson 

(F.W.) 
734 Blanchard, Mrs. Garnet Benham 

(C.I.) 
472 Bowman, Mrs. Pearl Lathen 

(E.B.) 
586 Boyd, Mrs. Ethel Michaels 

(D.C.) 
760 Boyle, Mrs. Edith Milham (C.J.) 
644 Braden, Mrs. Grace McMurray 

(CS.) 
259 Brown, Mrs. Dora Taggart 

(W. A.) 
803 Brown, Mrs. Georgia Farrar 

(G.E.) 
91 Brown, Mrs. Luta Boaz (W.M.) 
542 Brown, Mrs. Violet Russell 

(E.L.) 



98 Case, Mrs. Georgiana Reed (N.) 
620 Catlin, Mrs. Ruth Bukey (A.D.) 
445 Cavaness, Mrs. Ora Allen (H.) 
296 Cell, Mrs. Ella Clark (G.C.) 
214 Clark, Mrs. Dora Markham 

(H.A.) 
891 Clark, Mrs. Elsie Reed (A.E.) 
276 Clark, Mrs. Myrtle Walker 

(W.M.) 



286 



MARRIED WOMEN— FINDING LIST 



846 Coldsmith, Mrs. Sarah Willett 

(C.I.) 
413 Colley, Mrs. Anna Church (J.W.) 
864 Collinsworth, Mrs. Elzada Har- 
ris (G.C.) 
789 Conger, Mrs. Nina Bauersfeld 

(L.E.) 
606 Cook, Mrs. Oma Smith (C.L.) 
228 Coole, Mrs. Cora Boynton 

(T.H.) 
42 Colt, Mrs. Sade Sullivan (D.S.) 
718 Corman, Mrs. May Rapp (E.) 
860 Counts, Mrs. Wilma Crossan 

(W.) 
55 Coughlin, Mrs. Rosella Mitchem 

839 Cox, Mrs. Elizabeth Voorhis 

(E.L.) 
544 Cox, Mrs. Mary Schenck (G.S.) 
109 Cunningham, Mrs. Maud C. 

(H.S.) 
698 Curtis, Mrs. Beulah Lacey(F.V.) 

D 
817 Davidson, Mrs. Edith Moore 

(CO.) 
418 Davies, Mrs. Esther Freed (J.H.) 
315 Davies, Mrs. Edna Boyd (E.) 
130 Davis, Mrs. Harriet Mallory 

(A.E.) 
103 Davis, Mrs. Minnie Bain (H.T.) 
933 Dean, Mrs. Katherine McCarter 

(J.R.) 

252 Docker, Mrs. Aura Follin (T.) 

847 Donald, Mrs. Zella Willet (C.P.) 
665 Doty, Mrs. May Annadown 

(C.A.) 
152 Dudgeon, Mrs. Mabel Cunning- 
ham (M.S.) 
E 
258 Eaton, Mrs. Louise Stoelzing 

(E.K.) 
385 Edgington, Mrs. Grace Lockhart 

(L.D.) 
217 Ely, Mrs. Birdean Motter (C.E.) 
569 Ewing, Mrs. Bertha Emory (A.) 
147 Ewing, Mrs. Marcia Underwood 

(H.H.) 

F 
132 Fankhouser, Mrs. Pearl Murray 

(R.F.) 
597 Farrar, Mrs. Ivy Riley (H.H.) 
68 Farwell, Mrs. Bertha Smith 

(E.S.) 

848 Fike, Mrs. Alma Wilson (T.T.) 
122 Findley, Mrs. Anna Hair (M.C.) 

85 Finch, Mrs. Eva Pierce (CO.) 
915 Foiles, Mrs. Esther W. (ER.) 
520 Foster, Mrs. Hattie Gardner 
(E.K.) 



462 Foster, Mrs. Minnie Gardner 

(L.C.) 
1007 Frazer, Mrs. Edna Ruhlen (J.T.) 
277 French, Mrs. Grace Watt (W.L.) 
327 Fuller, Mrs. Pearl McCurdy 

(H.M.) 



458 Gander, Mrs. Nannie Fischer 

(G.M.) 
674 Gilman, Mrs. Pearl Cundiff 

(R.W.) 
651 Green, Mrs. Edna Pearce(W.D.) 
580 Green, Mrs. Grace Leach (B.A.) 
382 Grogan, Mrs. Clara Hatch (M.J.) 
682 Griswold, Mrs. Zula Green 

(H.E.) 

H 

159 Hackett, Mrs. Hattie Rapp(E.S.) 
143 Hair, Mrs. Mary Murray (J.E.) 
412 Hall, Mrs. Grace Brigham 

(CA.) 
499 Hall, Mrs. Mabel Beard (A.F.) 
3 Hall, Mrs. Olive Willey (J.C) 
314 Hamilton, Mrs. Isabel Benedict 

(M.B.) 
251 Hamman, Mrs. Ilia Denning 

(A.F.) 
302 Hankins, Mrs. Anna Keeling 

(F.H.) 
344 Harpster, Mrs. Kathryn Car- 
mean (C.A.) 
197 Hartley, Mrs. Mary Ives (F.M.) 
176 Harvey, Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkpat- 

rick (GJ.) 
918 Hausam, Mrs. Grace Kline 

(W.C) 

238 Hayes, Mrs. Rachel Henderson 

(W.E.) 
730 Hazzard, Mrs. Florence Allder- 

dice (R.L.) 
593 Heffelfinger, Mrs. Lucile Par- 

menter (J.E.) 
9 Henderson, Mrs. Mary C (J.B.) 
874 Hertzog, Mrs. Vera Lange 

(W.H.) 
471 Hess, Mrs. Helen Kinzer (H.) 
233 Hibbard, Mrs. Cora Cullison 

(J.S.) 
614 Hibbard, Mrs. Jessie Beauchamp 

(E.R.) 

239 Hickman, Mrs. Ida Kershner 

(E.E.) 
346 Hislop, Mrs. Viola Hankins (E.) 
371 Hoch, Mrs. Edna Wharton (H.) 
92 Hoover, Mrs. Blanche Case 

(H.J.) 
820 Hoover, Mrs. Verdie Noland 

(R.A.) 



287 



MARRIED WOMEN— FINDING LIST 



74 Hoss, Mrs. May Engstrom 
(G.W.) 
577 Hudson, Mrs. Hortense Imboden 
(W.M). 



739 Jillson, Mrs. Anna Clark (J.R.) 
114 Johnson, Mrs. Edith Rarick 

(H.H.) 
83 Johnson, Mrs. Maude Leonard 

(CP.) 
439 Johnston, Mrs. Ethelyn Thorne 

(W.W.) 
186 Jones, Mrs. Grace Breyfogle 

(C.W.) 

I 

768 Icke, Mrs. Eunice Power (L.R.) 

K 

828 Kabler, Mrs. Hazel Sample ( L.L. ) 
461 Kalb, Mrs. Edna Gander (C.A.) 
454 Kalb, Mrs. Olla Cramer (W.K.) 
1086 Kaub, Mrs. Minnie Weide 

(L.H.) 
475 Keeling, Mrs. Harriet Maxwell 

(W.B.) 
48 Keifer, Mrs. Jessie Breyfogle 

(L.B.) 
18 Kemp, Mrs. Jennie Murray 

(R.N.) 
578 Kendall, Mrs. Edna Jackson 

(E.P.) 
636 Kenoyer, Mrs. Aletha Kelly 

(L.A.) 
626 Keyes, Mrs. Clara Evans (P.W.) 
125 Keys, Mrs. Diana Haskin 

(G.W.) 

680 Kirk, Mrs. Flora Einsel (R.S.) 

16 Knox, Mrs. Janette Hill(M.V.B.) 

174 Knox, Mrs. Minnie Games (R.E.) 

354 Klintwort, Mrs. Louvenia Joseph 

(J.) 
246 Korff, Mrs. Nettie Steele (R.C.) 
689 Kurt, Mrs. Evelyn Hume (A.) 



771 Lacey, Mrs. Feme Samuel 

(W.A.) 
613 Lawrence, Mrs. Lavina Barton 

(R.E.) 
304 Lewis, Mrs. Harriet Kemp, 

(J.R.) 

827 Linn, Mrs. Delia Ruble (W.C.) 
37 Lorbeer, Mrs. Ella Himrod 
(O.W.) 



117 Lough, Mrs. Mary Benedict 

(S.A.) 
2C Lowdermilk, Mrs. Nettie Amos 

(H.) 
275 Lunbeck, Mrs. Zola Swan (G.A.) 

M 

242 Maclay, Mrs. Edith Lane (R.H.) 
376 Maclean, Mrs. Nellie Ault 

(A.M.) 
476 Mahin, Mrs. Amy Mclntire 

(C.A.) 
485 Malone, Mrs. Ethel Work (A.F.) 
306 Manning, Mrs. Mabel Marvel 

(W.R.) 
112 Markham, Mrs. Carrie Hoover 

(W.C.) 
894 Martin, Mrs. Mary Showalter 

(E.F.) 
532 Mavity, Mrs. Margaret McCon- 

nell (J.W.) 
104 McCormick, Mrs. Cora Baldridge 
414 McKibbin, Mrs. Luella Clark 

(H.B.) 
670 McKittrick, Mrs. Florella Counts 

(W.D.) 
292 McProud, Mrs. Bertha Watt 

(B.E.) 
649 McWilliams, Mrs. Laura Nichol- 
son (R.H.) 
804 Meredith, Mrs, Merle Feerer 

(W.H.) 
865 Merry, Mrs. Etta Haxton (P.H.) 
801 Meyer, Mrs. Mabel Evans (C.) 
944 Miller, Mrs. Margaret Richmond 

(R.B.) 
566 Molby, Mrs. Minnie Denman 

(S.J.) 
550 Morgan, Mrs. Elsie Warner 

(M.M.) 
672 Morgan, Mrs. Myrnice Crysler 

(O.S.) 
558 Moore, Mrs. Margaret Betzer 

(J.H.) 
170 Muesse, Mrs. Lizzie Cone (H.L.) 
611 Murray, Mrs. Agnes Anderson 

(J.W.) 
391 Mustard, Mrs. Florence Moore 

(W.) 
236 Myers, Mrs. Eleanor Hand 

(H.S.) 
750 Myers, Mrs. Minnie Kline (R.) 



N 



912 



Nebbergall, Mrs. Ethel Dawson 
(J.Z.) 

419 Neff, Mrs. Jessie Funnell (G.B.) 
709 Nelson, Mrs. Winifred Moore- 
head (W.E.) 



288 



MARRIED WOMEN— FINDING LIST 



510 



463 
449 

693 

323 

387 



866 
320 
209 
1045 
243 
338 
318 
822 
12C 
224 
519 



Nicholson, 
(V.T.) 



Mrs. Bernice Burton 724 



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Odom, Mrs. Mary Gould (C.W.) 
Oeschli, Mrs. Loula Boicourt 

(L.) 
Omer, Mrs. Emma Jaggard 

(J.A.) 
Orr, Mrs. Florence King (J.) 
Ozment, Mrs. Harriet Mahar 

(B.H.) 



Parrott, Mrs. Mabel Hitchcock 

(T.H.) 
Parsons, Mrs. Emma Follin 

(C.W.) 
Pearson, Mrs. Edna Wolfe 

(P.M.) 
Penley, Mrs. Mary Haines 

(C.W.) 
Pennington, Mrs. Harriet Mar- 
vel (B.) 
Plumb Mrs. Jennie Woods 

(H.C.) 
Potts, Mrs. Frances Coker 

(L.M.) 
Preston, Mrs. Blanche O'Neil 

(A.E.) 
Price, Mrs. Berna Hannum 

(F.A.) 
Price, Mrs. Roberta Simpson 

(R.R.) 
Pyle, Mrs. Junia Frazier (W.) 



749 

41 

421 

735 

118 

82 

490 

551 



792 
425 
595 

69 

628 

871 

936 

617 
612 

14 

488 



Jennie Heinselman 



Lulu Burtis (F.L.) 

Susie Knight (J.F.) 

Mary Van Petten 

Mabel Winger 



Shepherd, Mrs. Helen Smith 

(CE.) 
Shumway, Mrs. Beulah Kinzer 

(C.) 
Siegrist, Mrs. Emma Sullivan 

(H.S.) 
Smith, Mrs. 

(L.B.) 
Smith, Mrs. Louise Briggs 

(H.T.) 
Smith, Mrs. 
Smith, Mrs. 
Snoddy, Mrs. 

(H.L.) 
Songer, Mrs. 

(J.W.) 

Speer, Mrs. Mary Dallas (H.C.) 
Stafford, Mrs. Beryl Blanchard 

(G.W.) 
Stanley, Mrs. Blanche Imboden 

(H.W.) 
Stanlev, Mrs. Florence Ream 

(D.F.) 
Stark, Mrs. Ida Taylor (T.G.) 
Stearns, Mrs. Pearl Fisher (I.H.) 
Steinheimer, Mrs. Ella Jones 

(H.C.) 
Stewart, Mrs. Hazah Morris 

(L.W.) 
Stewart, Mrs. Maude Brigham 

(C.C.) 
Stover. Mrs. Espar Anderson 

(B.H.) 
Stover, Mrs. Sarah Ives (A.R.) 
Straub, Mrs. Mary Tulley 



87 Randall, Mrs. Jennie Sweet 

(E.M.) 
914 Ransom, Mrs. Beatrice Fast 

(R.G.) 
825 Ray, Mrs. Minnie W. (B.F.) 
524 Reid, Mrs. Anna Hoch (J.W.) 
378 Rich, Mrs. Hattie Elwell (A.) 
309 Riley, Mrs. Blanche Mills (T.J.) 
802 Riner, Mrs. Nellie Evans (T.W.) 
656 Roberts, Mrs. Bonnidell Sisson 

(N.W.) 
430 Roberts, Mrs. Lena McConnell 

(J.W.) 
592 Roseberry, Mrs. Helen Parmen- 

ter (C.G.) 
895 Ruhlen, Mrs. Edith Stafford 

(C.L.) 
881 Rust, Mrs. Ruby Mason (R.G.) 



286 Sargent, Mrs. Leona Kuhn (E.) 
724 Shepherd, Mrs. Helen S. (CE.) 



231 Taylor, Mrs. Ethel Cavaness 

(JX.) 
1060 Taylor, Mrs. Mamie Lauer 
(R.O.) 

411 Thompson, Mrs. Edith Bowers 
(H.E.) 

486 Thompson, Mrs. Harriet Ster- 
ling (G.B.) 
38 Topping, Mrs. Jessie Humphrey 
(H.B.) 

297 Turner, Mrs. Daisy Deel (CF.) 



U 



3C Underhill, Mrs. Fleta Crowley 
(G.W.) 



429 VanDusen, Mrs. Nellie McClure 

(J.) 
646 Vigour, Mrs. Elsie Meyers 
(H.T.) 



289 



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W 



732 Wallace, Mrs. Henrietta Barke- 
meyer (C.I.) 
13 Wanless, Mrs. Lucinda Clough 

527 Ward, Mrs. Janie Johnston 
(W.R.) 

516 Washburn, Mrs. Wilma Ed- 
wards (M.) 

202 Waskey, Mrs. Maie Motter(J.A.) 
(J.A.) 

742 Whitenton, Mrs. Nelle Crossan 

(R.O.) 

783 Whitlow, Mrs. Rena Wilcox 

(CM.) 
795 Willgus, Mrs. Blanche Coffman 

(G.A.) 



227 
528 

807 

715 

607 
469 

757 



546 



Williams, Mrs. Charlotte Beas- 

ley (R.D.) 
Williams, Mrs. Maude Kilborn 

(WJ.) 
Wilson, Mrs. Nora Henry 

(R.H.) 
Wilson, Mrs. Sadie Pottorf 

(EX.) 
Wise, Mrs. Mary Widney (W.B.) 
Woods, Mrs. Lucile Kelly (E.E.) 
Woods, Mrs. Muriel Lough 

(O.H.) 



Young, Mrs. 
(B.F.) 



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The Baker University Bulletin 

Vol. XVII Baldwin City, Kansas— November, 1917 No. 4 



Entered a? the Postoffiee, Baldwin City, Kans., as second-class mail matter. (Act of July 16, 1894)